criticial from autumn eve


By Garrett Lee at Posts by Garrett

There is a great deal of critical introspection amongst us.

We have the necessary ego that allows us to change and advance our environment.

There is vanity that allows us to erect a self-image that many of us project outwardly such as personal grooming, hygiene, and the fashion of clothing that we choose to live our lives in, as well as our personal iconography.

Then there is our outward perception, what we allow others to see and most importantly how people see us and the way they respond to our actions and inaction.

It’s vital that our ego can match our observable iconography, it is essential in furthering that caricature without compromising our core beliefs.

Empathy gives us a responsibility to criticize.

There is no excuse for the apathy that surrounds society and permeates each and every crack of our collective identity.

The unfocused way people live their lives is the very antithesis from which our evolution must progress. Not a judgmental attitude or presumption in how we or I believe that evolution must develop, much more of a net gain in all areas of our culture.

Science, technology, civil and digital infrastructure, policy and politics, economy and currencies, all exist to benefit humanity, and each day that apathy overtakes action is a day in which we lose ground.

A conviction that strives to reform the languid regression of those various landscapes must be exhibited by all whom endeavor to look towards the future.

We may not be able to judge or force ourselves to conform to what we believe the future should be.

Instead we should contend to create the best version of our culture today so that a logical progression of what the future holds is directly correlated to what we make of today.

Excerpt from
Autumn Eve, coming September 2, 2016.

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