Stop basing your morality on Labels

use logic instead

From the original ideologies, to the Labels we operate with

Labels, capital L — the seemingly unavoidable death to all reason

A young software developer, according to Wikipedia, 2017

1. My tribe must like me

Or I will face death by social exclusion

I’m having trouble pinpointing why any of this Label War matters, on this here map. Where do `my People` end, and where does the rest of the Human Species begin?

2. I must like me

You will adapt to service Us

`Resistance is futile. Your life as it has been is over. From this time forward, you will service Us.`

Emotion is not Fact; Labels are just glorified brain-short-cuts

Think of the water as being any conceivable rational argument contradicting your opinion
The Internet to the rescue again, accurately depicting intellectual freedom

Moving past the Labels and our emotional attachment to them

– or how I came to dream of a world where our opinions are not synonym to our identities

My mom, about to cross the finish line on her first official run, October 2012 (left); my mom training for her October 2017 charity-fundraising official run, September 2017 (right)
Mom and I, at an event where she was a speaker, March 2015 — which explains why I am here seen skeptically out in public. Sorry, no pics of me as a baby, I have the privilege of being old enough to not show that to the Internet.
My dad and I, taking a selfie together with some of his friends, which we ran into while on vacation together at the seaside, June 2017. `New people` say we look alike and I inherit no looks from my mom, without knowing my dad and I are not actually biologically related. Our personalities, however, are like a hippopotamus on water — seemingly 110% incompatible, but making it work.

Secular thinker with an empathy compulsion. Anxiety-nerd. Certified Crazy Cat Lady.