My mind is my shelter

Felicia

Guidance shields you from insignificance. Be self-aware.

Detachment

“It is important to have guidance. Someone to help you understand the complexities of the world that we live in.”

“It does not take strength. You just gotta understand that, unfortunately, most people lack self-awareness. You should keep that in mind as you will meet them again, at every age.”

“How are you to imagine anything if the images are always provided for you?”

“Doublethink – to deliberately believe in lies while knowing they are false. Examples of this in everyday life: “I need to be pretty to be happy”, “I need surgery to be pretty”, “I need to be thin, famous, fashionable”. Our young men today are being told that women are whores, bitches, things to be screwed, beaten, shit on, and shamed. This is a marketing holocaust. Twenty-fours hours a day for the rest of our lives, the powers that be are hard at work dumbing us to death. So to defend ourselves, and fight against assimilating this dullness into our thought processes, we must learn to read. To stimulate our own imagination, to cultivate our own consciousness, our own belief systems. We all need skills to defend, to preserve our own minds.”

” We have such a responsibility to guide our young so that they don’t end up falling apart, falling by the wayside, becoming insignificant. ”

“You may see me, but I’m hollow.”

“Whatever is on my mind, I say it as I feel it, I’m truthful to myself; I’m young and I’m old, I’ve been bought and I’ve been sold, so many times. I am hard-faced, I am gone. I am just like you.”

“The park is now empty and bare with an abandoned shame about it.
The jungle gym, the slide and the swing have all rusted together.
They’re all so terribly alone now.
Where did all the children go?
Didn’t they know the park needed them?
A child’s intelligent heart can fathom the depths of many dark places.
But can it fathom the delicate moment of it’s own detachment? ”

Detachment (2011)

 

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