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Self-righteous anger has emerged as the new drug of choice, captivating people from all walks of life. But unlike traditional drugs, the cycle of outrage addiction is particularly insidious.
In the midst of this discourse, the example of Mike Collier emerges as a refreshing contrast. Collier's perspective embodies the notion that compassion is not a sign of weakness, but rather a driving force for effective and equitable governance.
Step One of the 12 Steps of Recovery is a powerful reminder: "Admitting that we are powerless over [our addiction]." If we were to apply this principle to partisan politics, the equivalent statement could read, "Admitting that we are powerless over division."
The intersection of elitism and higher education has been a topic of intense debate in recent years, with critics, including some voices on Fox News, suggesting that the Democratic Party is complicit in perpetuating.
And then, there's the intriguing question: must a tree play a tree, or can they play a fish too? Isn't all make-believe? This query challenges us to reexamine the very essence of acting and representation.