It took long enough to know
What is your truth? And, in what ways has society forced you to conform to submerging your individual truth for fear of social awkwardness that may arise from stepping on the toes of what may be generally perceived as being tolerant? Are we as a general society tolerant of the expression of our individual truths without being slighted or intimidated psychologically, socially, economically, and other ways feasible to the boundaries of our individual human rights? Does the fear of not being tolerant of others' individual truths expose the insecurities we feel about our own subjective individual truths?
There are so many flippant quotes and statements being flung about on social media and the rest of the internet that, in my mind, have contributed to the shut down of general sense and basic intelligence within the human race.
Taking each other's hands,