Paradox of tolerance
The tolerance paradox arises from a problem that a tolerant person might be antagonistic toward intolerance, hence intolerant of it. The tolerant individual would then be by definition intolerant of intolerance. This problem is at the heart of the dilemma faced by pluralist societies who wish to embrace diversity, but in doing so ostensibly exclude those who do not embrace diversity, which includes a large portion of the world’s population.
Wow, I'm such a paradox.
I hate extremities, but I am one.
I realize, the way I come across to people is primarily in two ways.
1. Those who just meet me see me as calm/reserved. Bubbly.
Likes to laugh. Not really with it sometimes, but always nice and optimistic.
2. There’s also the me that’s like, deeep. Straight to the point.
Philosophical, talk about life and other complexities that interest me. “Opinionated.”
But I only get that far with certain people.
Then there’s the very fine line that few people legitimately do see, where I’m completely myself. I can say anything or do anything and I wouldn’t have to worry about them judging me—
I like this side of me. I wish it came out more often.
it’s a pretty creepy story. most greek stories are pretty creepy. lots of twisted rape stories and stuff…not sure why they’re promoted among children. anyway i have too many greek mythology stories wow i’ll shut up now
your stories are the best
reading greek myths is like watching an aggressive five year old play with a large cast of dolls
there is little continuity between relationships, and casualty rates are high