Random Thought #5

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I never worried about that echo-chamber crap even before the elections. I’m worried less now.

If in that echo chamber I’m with like-minded individuals who campaigned for the most-qualified candidate, and who will continue to fight for what is right going forward, I’m at peace with that.

Hey, the people I’m closest with—both family and friends—share my values anyway. They’re the people I admire and look up to and will go to battle for.

As we grow older our circle of friends—and family—naturally shrinks anyway. This recently concluded elections only helped speed that up for a lot of younger people. The way I see it, that’s something to be thankful for.

 
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