• by Iris Essences

Politically thunk

There is a certain feel to oppositional thinking and emotion: an adrenaline rush that inspires righteous stances, rage, hatred, or the desire to flee the involvement, the country, our body, or life itself. It’s a tightness we inadvertently mistake as pride or part of our identity. It locks us into half the potential of life until we suddenly see how the “other side” contains an underlying similarity or commonality, but expresses it in a different way. Then a huge world reopens to us.

-Penney Pierce


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