A Dynamic Agreement

Nobody asked but …

The motto in the graphic, when two words are changed, makes a good approximation for Voluntaryism — “voluntaryism” is the new subject, and substitute “anyone” for “someone.”

The hope expressed, however, is likely impossible — no one exists who can accept everything of what another really is.

This puts impossible pressure on the other person in a relationship.

The true goal is to find someone who values more of you than they reject, and that their expression of rejection is not toxic.

The responsibilities for maintaining this delicate balance lie with both participants in any voluntary association.

— Kilgore Forelle

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H. Rearden
H. Rearden
5 years ago

True freedom is the freedom to be who you are in any given situation. Most people in certain situations do not believe that it is wise to say how they really feel or act or react in an honest manner. For example an employee during a meeting at work might be afraid to say that an idea his boss has come up with is a bad idea because his boss might fire him for saying so.