On the Road

02008-07-19 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Not having a preference can become apathy.
Declaring one’s choice every chance one gets can degenerate into obsession with one’s point of view. (((me, me, me)))

While apathy looms at one end, an active no-preference stance beckons at the other.
While obsession threatens at one end of choice, an aware choice is possible at the other.

Making a choice or deciding to declare no preference ends up coming from the same place. And apathy (no preference at all) and obsession come from the same place.


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