A is A. Aristotle was right. Ayn Rand was right. And we have been all wrong

A is A… no heroism in dying from poisonous berries…

Look how much I work, now give me what I want.

An “Oak” person will also consider their need a badge of honor that earns them what they need.

Pity is a word with two faces. One face, the public face, looks nice. The private face of pity is contempt. The pitier feeling smug about them being better, more, and lucky not to be in your shoes.

When people’s vibration drops, now I know, in some area of their lives they behave like A is not A, or could even be not A. Wishful thinking, denial, entitlement, not wanting to earn what they want.

PS: A is A can be very funny.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Even if they were a spoiled child of parents who had less patience to whining or manipulating than to just giving in

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Sophie Benshitta Maven

Sophie Benshitta Maven

Publish at Raise your vibration www.yourvibration.com true empath, coach, publisher, mad scientist, living a life that is worth living