Leave it Alone!
In waking a tiger, use a long stick.
- Mao Zedong (1893-1976)
Don't Poke the Tiger - Leave Well Enough Alone
Leave it Alone!
Inspired by Mao Zedong (1893-1976)'s quote, "In waking a tiger, use a long stick". The titled responsion is quite common sensical, just leave the tiger alone.
And yet I am reluctant to offer any credit of wisdom to dictators of any sort, however, if truth be told it's probably a practical approach when faced with certain danger. What am I referring to? Well, if you find yourself confronted with something that might harm you and you have a chance, give yourself a safer vantage point then do as you must and don't be foolish. Make sense?
Leaving well enough alone and seeing what surfaces, is a reference to the "well" sprung emotive intellect that consumes the meaning of existence. Conflated aspirations of validation fill the air with an odourless gaseous for-me, ideal perhaps, the conceiver of fictions (ie. multiple counterfactuals) oriented towards something (notice the forward-looking statement, intentionally challenging grammar best practices?). If Plato's Goodness in itself falls away to the forgetfulness of the formes, intersectionality will act as the backdrop for a bling alley converging on nothingness. For-me, guarding against attack through an individualized declaration of impenetrable subjectivity is a perversion of sorts and lies dangerously close to the wisdom of intellectual superiority. Telling the difference between the two is best achieved through a Platonic foundation of perfected imperfectability.
Irony is apparent in the words, the Grammars of Creation (2001) is a reference to George Steiner, and yet under the words of a dictator re-emphasizes this juxtapose and posture.
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