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don’t change the station…change it

March 26, 2010

It is stunning how easily and carelessly, in the absence of understanding – or, more accurately, the steadfast refusal to understand – people are willing to destroy those to whom they once swore allegiance and with whom they have pledged solidarity when a proposition is presented that requires the amount of change, practically speaking, roughly equivalent to changing the radio station.

Equally stunning is how easily and carelessly, in the presence of temptation – or, more accurately, the passion for personal fulfillment – people are willing to abandon what they once held as indispensable when a bauble is presented which offers the amount of fulfillment, practically speaking, roughly equivalent to, well, changing the radio station.

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