We Become What We Normalise

I suspect we become what we sit still for, what we play along with, and what we abide in our attempts to access more perceived power and more alleged influence That’s David Dark’s read on the cost of conflict avoidance and the daily task of overcoming deferential fear in our myriad contexts. How is done? Creative nonviolence, one human exchange at a time, what Dark terms robot soft exorcism, a tried and true method for resisting the temptation to mistake persons for their positions. David Dark is an American writer and public intellectual, author of several books including Life’s Too Short To Pretend You’re Not Religious.