|somewhere in throes of existence; searching for human communion|
29 August 2012
Granted, none of us are perfect. This fact can’t be tenably counterargued. How, then, do we hold each other accountable? If I am wrong and fallen, and you, my neighbor, are as well, who among us can defend the Right, the Good, the Moral? Shouldn’t it be self-criticism? Should the condition for criticizing and holding accountable others, be the turning of the critical gaze on oneself as well? It’s only fair, right?
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