Never trust moralists. Never ever. You know why? Because moralists aren’t that moral. From all my experiences, our lives are full of paradox (I think I’ve been through a rough, rocky, sticky patch) and that is the only truth what we can assure. I’m telling you, the more they emphasize and exaggerate morals, the more we find the fact that they are being hypocritical.
That’s not justice. When it comes down to it, that’s more like a sort of obsession like a mental mysophobia. That stifles individuality and makes our world boring as shit. That is political correctness, so-called PC. I hate it. I really hate it. Think about it. Those kind of movements or campaigns are desensitizing you these days. You might be like, “Am I the only person who doesn’t feel that is that bad here?” or “Maybe am I too insensitive?”
You’d better forsake a plausible sense of superficial and shallow justice from the standards of others. You should build up your own strong, subjective, independent standards instead. Definitely you need to complete ‘your own language’ for that. It means you gotta define how you talk yourself. I’m pretty sure the completion of your own language is the most trustworthy weapon in your life by far. Because everything consists of language.
According to the Bible, this world is created by a language of God. Once upon a time, like all you guys know, Jehovah was like, “Let there be light.” and there was light. Because that sentence was insanely dignified and powerful. If he was kind of obnoxious, and he was like, “Just gimme the light! And pass the dro. Buss anotha bokkle a moe…” Then probably Christians in modern society are like, “Are you Sean Paul or something?” (For your information, God wasn’t a Jamaican recording artist nor a lighting director of TV network). Well, anyway the whole point is that you gotta do what you gotta do by yourself.