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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

I heart rainbows, don't you?

*snif* It's a beautiful thing! Two really stand out for me:

Think Less, Feel More

That being an ingredient for the happiness recipe, I should think that the vast majority should be blitheringly ecstatic. Even in conversation, it is passing rare to hear "I think" or "I believe". "I feel" thus and so is the rule of the day. "I feel that O'bama is turning the country around." "I feel that the rich should pay their fair share." 

Judge Less, Accept More

Harbor no core values of your own. Accept everything as being...acceptable. There is no wrong, only that which is misunderstood. To use judgment or discernment is to hate.

There. I think I've got it.


Doom said...

Well, it IS a rainbow. And fits the modern usage of such. My favorite rainbow only has two colors, black and white. And, even if I am only gray (hopefully a less dark version of it), I know which is right. And, I am exceedingly happy, even if I see the easy potential for martyrdom around many of the corners this government is looking.

Gay, I know... by "modern" standards. Hmm, I thought Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed? Never mind. :p

Michael W said...

Dear Doom: I'd like to introduce you to a friend of mine by the name of Steve Ditko.

Jay said...

In a word or rather name:


The Aardvark said...

@Doom- I have been threatening to hold a Straight Pride parade, with greyscale rainbows and such. Figger I would be charged with a hate crime.

Actually, I wasn't even seeing the gay business with the rainbow. It has become such a catch-all diversity/coexist thing, it has virtually lost any significance culturally.

@Michael - Sweet

@Jay - I've been Ayn Randed, nearly branded a Communist 'cos I'm left-handed....

Doom said...

Michael W.,

I'm not sure I can do objectivism. Actually, I know I can't. It's simply not Christian. Or, am I missing something? I did like some of his stuff though. Heck, I almost AM a comic book character.

Michael W said...

@Doom --- It was just a comment concerning your favorite rainbow having only two colors. I immediately flashed on "Mr. A".

Objectivism is indeed a slippery slope. Even Ayn Rand managed to screw it up (perhaps inadvertently demonstrating the dangers).

Back (briefly) to Ditko: I wouldn't mind collections of two of his lesser known works: "Missing Man" and "Killjoy".