by Glenn Fairman 9/18/16
What oppresses men and women stems far less from externalities and far more from our daily choices. In discovering the seeds of that latter form, it is perhaps necessary to know only three things: the content of one’s refrigerator, the character of one’s bookshelf, and a log of one’s television viewing. It is the things that a man takes into himself that weigh heavily upon his being. Indeed, it is the objects we consume volitionally that uplift or defile us: as they titrate into our souls either those elixirs of affirmation or that sickness unto life.
Glenn Fairman writes from Highland, Ca.
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