an inboxualism

"Individuality and individualism are not the same. We are a society based on "individualism" not individuality. Individualism is a social construct, or a concept of self, imposed from the outside using social pressure, or force, to ensure conformity to a group norm. Whereas individuality is the unfolding of the authentic or true self, which is beyond concepts, from within the depths of one's soul. Instead of authoritative force or peer pressure, loving guidance and ample opportunities to develop and exercise one's free will, while maintaining and respecting the rights and needs of others, should be the rule of a free society."
-A sender that wishes to remain anonymous


Blogger hechess said...

an inboxualism would be when someone emails you something that's great like this but expects you to refrain from exposing the genius behind it.

4:35 PM  

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