My tongue is in my hand…

playing the game-little revolutions

Posted on: July 3, 2008

when people want to challenge stereotypes and society i wonder why they always try to separate themselves from the stereotype and society they are trying to challenge. it seems to me, more effective to change it all from the inside. understand the value of knowing how to play the game and be viewed as relate able. people are more likely to listen. and it doesn’t come off as self righteous or intimidating. it’s good to challenge, not so affective to intimidate. it takes a great sense of certainty to do this though, otherwise, conviction is easily washed away in conformity.

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