I don’t know who you are. Well I do know who some of you are, but not all of you. I don’t know how you found me or why you came here. Are you looking for information, entertainment, a good laugh, or a shoulder to cry on?
And what do you really know about me? It’s pretty easy to see that I have an agenda. But what exactly is that agenda? And where does it come from? Childhood trauma? A desire to do good? Brain injury?
Do I have anything to say that is worthwhile? That’s for you to judge. You could look at my associations. But you’ll never really know if that seek me out or I have come to them. Would that make a difference? Should you judge me by them? Do you think that I would always agree or defend them?
What’s the point of this post anyway? I’m not sure that I even know. But I do know one thing, you need to ask yourself these questions. Everybody has an agenda, and at the end of the day, it is all their own. We are all privateers.
Cooperation only comes when the goal serves all involved. Working together for a common goal is the coming together of the best and worst of our natures. It is a worthwhile pursuit, but much like sausage, you don’t really want to know what’s in it.
Ask some questions about who I am. Ponder why I’m here. Then do the same with everybody else. But don’t tell me or anyone else what you see. Some things aren’t meant to be shared.
I don’t really want to know who I am, or who you are.