Limitations Are A Lie

Our ability to know our limitations is, in and of itself, a limitation.

Mankind is a mass of lazy bastards with a sprinkling of brilliance on top. While the occasional exception unendingly strives to make something of themselves, the vast majority of humanity is content with spending their entire lives doing the absolute minimum. Of course, we can’t completely blame them; living is an arguably easier endeavor now than it’s ever been, and people seem to be naturally inclined to capitalize on whatever ease they can get. Still, everyone intuitively wants to make something meaningful of their…

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Writer of the most eclectic mix of material this side of the Mississippi. Author, 2016–2019. Blogger, 2017–2022. Columbia University, 2020–2024.

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J. W. Barlament

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Writer of the most eclectic mix of material this side of the Mississippi. Author, 2016–2019. Blogger, 2017–2022. Columbia University, 2020–2024.

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