“We would rather be ruined than changed. We would rather die in our dread, than climb the cross of the moment and let our illusions die.”—W. H. Auden
I’ve never been an athlete, and I’ve never had much respect for athletics. Athletics’ contrived risks and rewards put me off. It’s hard enough discerning what’s important when you’re engaged with reality; how can you straighten out your priorities in a world where priorities are invented?
You’d think relationships would be taken seriously, but most people approach relationships like a card game: bluff if you’re challenged, exit the game if your hand is weak. If relationships were approached as opportunities rather than recreation, then more would be made of them…
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