Blind Stigma

Blinded by Stigma

As citizens of an ever-changing and increasingly prevalent digital world, we often take what we get without questioning why. In this fast-food lifestyle, we tend to flash on by concerning secondary decisions we must make.

In every step of my life, I would like to be in control, but sometimes I have to slip away and allow convenience some benefit of the doubt. I will stop micro-managing certain aspects to machinery. A washer and dryer set performs certain skills with less complaint-ridden breath, in a professional same-time-same-way-next-week fashion, and as though it were designed for such menial tasks.

Every day, I am trying to tread my own path, one without blind stigma tumbleweeds slashing away at my opinions.

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