I want to see things clearly, like a child does, with full wonder. Imagine bricks and mud as art, something worth considering – and reconsidering with amazement. We build bricks from mud – small chunks for towers. Beautiful towers. Like glamorous wealthy carried by unsightly weak, the sweaty landscaper.
I want to question simple things. Things rarely questioned. More perspective. Am I naïve? Or should I trust social preferences? I’ll be the judge. However, the more I judge, the less clear everything becomes.
Why not you? What are you frightened of? What could it possibly take from you? I will not outcast you, but I’m not everything.
But neither are they. That’s my point.