Don’t Tell The Cult Of Trump They’re Fools

“I want to be with those who know secret things or else alone.”
― Rainer Maria Rilke

Don’t tell the Cult Of Trump they’re fools because they’ll accuse of using irrational thoughts or fake news as fact and scream if you pull the blindfold from their eyes.

Don’t tell the Cult of Trump they’re fools because he appeals to their fear of reality, free thought and free will. They prefer to be told what to think and what to feel and will fight you if you take away their security blanket.

They’ll provide you with propaganda they use to shield themselves from the information that proves they support and swindler and attack you because they hate acknowledging the man who promised them the world doesn’t know the difference between truth and fiction.

“Love consists of this: two solitudes that meet, protect and greet each other. ”
― Rainer Maria Rilke

During a time of social distancing when people talk about the need to be alone or to sequester themselves with a certain group of people I don’t get as crazed as others do at the idea of being alone.

I have lived that way more than once for countless hours and know what it means to rely upon my own company.

In some ways it is almost harder to be locked in with some people than alone.

But there are those who I know have a rhythm that matches my own and who probably wouldn’t make me insane or so I think.

There are a few who without question would cause me to run through a minefield of actual bombs or biological weapons because the time we could be locked in one place together is limited.

“A person isn’t who they are during the last conversation you had with them – they’re who they’ve been throughout your whole relationship.”
― Rainer Maria Rilke

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