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The problem with my life isn’t that the world is against me, it’s that I’m against me—and by extension, I’m against the world. ” Probably the manifold shortcomings of my parents coupled with the ills of society, compounded by my innate sensitivity and genius, and also the innate sensitivity and genius of my parents and of society, compounded by my manifold shortcomings and ills. What I mean to say is that there’s no one to single out to blame for the fact that my life can readily, vigorously slide into suck—and also that qualities that make us wonderful as human beings individually and collectively can also make us miserable and dangerous when not used in the service of spiritual principles.
More clear. More authoritative. A hell of a lot less scared to be myself and let my freak flag fly. I experienced the glee of feeling that my life was a work of art that I shaped as I moved through it, rather than a terrible burden. I connected with more and more people who felt truly right for me. I found a fantastic partner. I wrote this present work. ) that encouraged me immensely. I helped to throw some epic parties with my Evolver friends. I broke up with my partner. I co-organized the first international convergence for the Evolver Network.
I want to take every genius in the world and make her feel safe and adored. I want to make sure she’s well fed and well comforted. I want to make her lose that cagey, suspicious look she has—the look that comes from a lifetime of being abused by a world that fears and envies and devalues her for her creative gift. This is my den-mother instinct. I’ve practiced it for a long while on the geniuses within my immediate local reach, and now I’m trying to spread it everywhere. I devised the journey in this book to lead me to a point where my own genius brought me joy rather than suffering.