Everyone, in some small sanctuary of the self, is nuts.
I have come to realize —
Watching, admiring, or questioning people highlights my fears about them. It feels safer to observe the ones who wear their crazy on the outside, because I so despise deception. The walls people have built to protect themselves elaborate as SCUBA equipment fascinate me and I enjoy discovering in others slivers of myself that i have never fully accepted.
I have put myself—through a deep religious conversion—in order to learn to change my beliefs——-
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