Thursday, May 12, 2016

okay / not okay / neither

She has obliterated the illusions of "okay" and "not okay." The idea of "okay" ignores the reality of change. If things are "okay," they won't be later. If things aren't "okay," those things are going to change. The impression of "static" states like "okay" and "good" are illusions. She doesn't get too excited about a happy circumstance, and she doesn't get too dejected by "setbacks." 

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