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People say the darndest things...

An excerpt of "What Never Was," from my upcoming release, "Mind Things."

©Josh Humble / Humblety

Our opinions are always ill-informed. There's room to learn more.

We lost our way when we each became the beacon of morality and began telling everyone else what they're supposed to say and how to live their life. An indignant self-righteousness and lack of humility is virtueless. No one wants to listen to nonsensical fools go on about their purist narcissism.

Think twice about injecting into every aspect of our lives. It's all smoke & mirrors - a fool's game.

When we isolate ourselves in self-destructive culture, our ability to survive in the world diminishes.

People really don't mind hearing and telling lies as long as they sound good. That's all that matters, right?

It's pleasing to get on Twitter and Facebook every day to see how anxious we are to end the world and destroy ourselves in such brutal ways. It's my favorite thing to check on after my harmonious cup of coffee, morning smile and meditation of peace. Always SO uplifting!

The fool will always rationalize poor behavior and nefarious acts as somehow justified. This is the epitome of a delusional mind, leading to failure.

"By living deeply in the present moment we can understand the past better, and prepare for a better future."

— Thich Nhat Hanh

Do not speak – unless it improves on silence.

— Buddhist proverb

Extremism intentionally distorts everything for the sake of ego and nefarious motives. Learn to distinguish the difference between delusional and virtue.

Everything should be an acronym. It would make speaking less complicated.

We need a new planet - ours is broken. Somebody should make one.

Geat thing about automating customer help with - you don't have to bother with upset customers over issues your service caused. If they want to go with your competitor, your bot can kindly direct them that way. Your problems go away, as do your customers.

Hiding vile, nefarious motives behind altruistic causes is one of the easiest tricks in the book. Know who's really behind what we support.

Good lord, nasty rivers in justified text are never worth it. Either fix it or go with a nice rag right (or rag left, depending on the application).

"Do not be concerned with the faults of other persons. Do not see others' faults with a hateful mind."

― Dōgen Zenji

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