Betterism

Anna Rozwadowska
Apr 16 · 5 min read
Victo Ngai



In other words, the quest to ‘better’ the self should not make us rigid, incalculable, and most definitely, it should not come as a high cost to the self.



Yet, who really gets to define what better is? And, who gets to say that our striving towards ‘better’ is something else than what we define for ourselves?


In the same way, small slips of character in the search for ‘better,’ can lead to a detriment in our self, our character, and our priorities in life.


Our search for becoming better, if not steered properly, can become a sinking ship.

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And, if there was ever a time for self-discovery; journeying into one’s story, understanding the why and what of ‘betterism,’ it is now.

Betterism

Be better at whatever you're building.

Anna Rozwadowska

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Top Writer in Poetry, editor of Literally Literary. I am a writer, photographer, psychic, medium, and spiritual guide.I have an M.A. in Environmental Sociology.

Betterism

Betterism

Be better at whatever you're building.