And my hurt at losing friends is much lesser than my fear that these people have lost more than a friend. They have lost their way.
In our reality, we haven't elected the dumbest among us, but we have voted for people who believe they are actually capable of administrating the governance of over 300 million people. It takes a certain degree of hubris and narcissism to run for president.
So why are we shocked when they turn out to be narcissists?
In defense of thoughts and prayers...
I have been told...
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