Wednesday, May 23, 2012


"Content with being unique and helpful. You might say humble."

"When ego assumes a productive role, it becomes an outward expression of abstracted uniqueness rather than an all consuming, dangerous and fragile trouble maker?"

The many 'ego' definitions floating around make answering the question, as stated, problematic. Generally speaking, any part of the mind in control of its output without the full benefit of the rest of the mind is more likely to act sub-optimally.

By extension, minds in concert perform better than a mind in isolation. We as sentient beings are fortunate that certain among us can catalyze the communication conducive to collective well being.

"She doesn't converse in English well enough yet to respond directly in that language. She seems a master at a common language though. You can see it in her eyes."

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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