another self-convincing argument

in response to yesterday’s post: self-convincing argument – I have a few more thoughts.

one – seemingly, what I observe in this life inevitably becomes a mirror with which I view myself, thus subjecting myself and anyone reading this to these critiques, directly or indirectly as they may be.

two – I am an advocate for self-convincing argumentation.

case in point –
I may not feel loving
I may not want to be hopeful
I may not be naturally joyful

but I choose to be these things (not always, lest you think I have delusions of grandeur)

I argue with myself daily to choose.

thus, I begin to believe what I’m saying. I begin to buy what I’m selling.

and most of all, against my shadier inclinations, I choose to be loved.


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