Self-Fulfilling Prophecies

It is possible to judge so harshly and quickly that ignorance of the facts is no matter. One forces those less willful to meet their judgment exactly: some people, who actually have character, really don’t care to argue about how good or bad they themselves are.

This kind of judgment is rendered powerful by one tool – the ability to isolate another in some way. Friends are therefore the solution as well as the problem, and one has to wonder if true friendship’s actual basis isn’t merely investing faith in each other, but as many as possible.

If so, what defines friendship is perpetual risk, and those who dispose of friends all too easily are very cautious, too cautious to be trusted.

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