Oshan Jarow
May 17 · 1 min read

100%. Then, in my experience, exposing new thoughts to the Twitter-verse subjects them to the tastes & preferences of the crowd, and I find myself only entertaining thoughts that I’ve been conditioned to think the crowd will find interesting. It’s a weird kind of homogenization that turns thoughts into crowd-pleasing things rather than vehicles of personal introspection.

    Oshan Jarow

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    Interested in many things, like consciousness, meditation & economics. Sure of nothing, like how to exist well, or play the sax (yet). More: www.MusingMind.org.

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