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Because:

  • of all the beautiful nature we share Earth with of which we are just a part, and
  • other people.

Thanks for coming to this, the opening address of my non-registered party of one provisionally called: It’s lonely on my soap box.

Imagine a cold, old community hall with no one in it.  I am standing on a box at one end.  There is no here.  I am talking to myself.  You are not there.  You are reading about it and imagining that you are, but there doesn’t exist.  I’m not there either.  Do you follow me?  Imagining is going to be very important.

Will you offer analysis of the election?

Your disembodied voice asks me.

No.

What will you do?

I will just explain this:

*points at writing on the whiteboard next to me*

You can’t do whatever you like because:

  • of all the beautiful nature we share Earth with of which we are just a part, and
  • other people.

That doesn’t seem like much.

I know, but it is.  It’s actually everything.

 

“You can’t do whatever you want.”

It’s Lonely On My Soapbox, 2017

Published by

John-Paul

I wrote a book called Kaitiaki o te Pō