A reference point and Home

https://youtu.be/PnxdHLix7gg It is not your fault. Wherever you have been finding fault on the outer, it is not your fault or theirs. Finding fault is always about the observer and the observed. The observer judges, finds a flaw, and finds a locus for the flaw. What if all divisions are imaginary? What of this playacting … Continue reading A reference point and Home