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There is never a wrong conclusion. Right?

The illusion we all suffer from is equivocality of a statement. Our philosphy would tell us one thing to conform to, but our peers would contradict.
Do we obliterate the social pillars then? Or do we ignore the inner voice? Or do we do both or none and risk destructing ourselves?

The answers to the questions must be calculated effectively though derisively because even though the appearance of integrity must be concomitant as with the social norms, we have to soliloquize sometimes.

Loneliness is not always bitter.


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