Created distractions

I think it’s easier for us to handle what is, than it is to handle the things we make up to distract us from what is. The created distractions lead to fragmenting…

Like compartmentalization of mind, where one department doesn’t know what another department is doing. We often think, “Why did I do that?” … Think that, say that… We might ask, “Who did that?”

I’ve given up being human, or being a person, or even a part of something… I see all these as fragments

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