Journal Entry # 52

Are social distractions conscious? Can deliberate manipulation truly be placed in the subconscious? These ethical questions are valid. Not obnoxious.

These questions habitually express open-ended intentions. Coating opinions by gaslighting with complex sugar isn’t really winning over explicit permission.

Foolish curiosity accurately represents a peculiar wickedness that most haven’t recognized yet. It’s odd, because those aggressive encounters aren’t easy to instantly forget.

Inadvertently saying absolutely anything doesn’t dismiss it. It deflects it; regardless there should inevitably be unconditional respect.

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