“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”
– William Shakespeare, English poet and dramatist
Imagine watching a documentary about a troubled man. Angry, often excessively so, his tone is frequently condescending and his language harsh. He swears, he rages, he threatens – even the use of physical violence is not beyond his consideration. Characters in the movie call him a narcissist: someone incapable of feeling empathy or understanding the concept of deep and abiding love. He is accused of being an absentee father, all but abandoning his first wife and young son. In fact, his first wife calls him immature, absent, indifferent, drug-addled and generally unpleasant to be around. Some accuse him of exaggeration, embellishment and outright lying, deconstruc...
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