Curiosity killed the cat.
Intersubjectivity is a shared agreement of meaning between multiple people.
Intersubjective truths, are defined by society. Truths change as our society evolves and our morals progress.
How do you we change truths?
We must create what others can’t comprehend, imagine, or articulate so that we can eventually get to a place where we can acknowledge the key responsibilities within society and gravitate to a common rhythm.
People are usually afraid of change because they fear the unknown. But the single greatest constant of history is that everything changes.*
Together the masks of cynicism, an irony and defense could be loosened a little after daylights, hypocrisy of what the world promises and what the world delivers fades with the sunset.*
He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into a abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.*
“He went on to explain that when you start performing, you play for people who are just like you, and that’s not really performing. Then you perform for people who just like you, and that’s really fun. Then, “if you’re lucky,” you end up performing for people who want to be you, and that’s really not as much fun because these people who want to be you always hate you a little because they’re not you. They secretly want you to fail so you can know how it feels to be them. “Actually,” he said, “it’s not that complicated. There’s a lot of people in a room. One guy’s got the microphone. Everybody else’s got the beer. They’re all having about the same amount of fun.”*