Means and End

Be suspicious of ANY reasoning, no matter how convincing, that concludes with the continuation and maintenance of servitude, prison-like modalities of thought, or any process meant to demoralize.

The means do not justify the end, and the end does not justify the means unless BOTH aim at the Good.

And the Good is the Good of all; that all may become who they truly are, not whom others wish them to be.

Published by Principium24

I want to write, as millions have before me. And I want to know what it is to be human, as few have before me.

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