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Blaze Your Own Patch of Prosperity

Disturbances in society are never more fearful than when those who are stirring up the trouble can use the pretext of religion to mask their true designs.

- Denis Diderot (1713–1784)

The Reciprocal All Truism App

Blaze Your Own Patch of Prosperity

Inspired by Denis Diderot (1713–1784)’s quote, “Disturbances in society are never more fearful than when those who are stirring up the trouble can use the pretext of religion to mask their true designs”. The titled responsion is

Blaze, in this instance, is a reference to the NBA franchise. Casting it’s own shadow in the face of fans with the religious hegemony running in the background like a fixture of fixedness. How do you complete with these environ-mental adaptations?

That’s Scary!

Inspired by Umberto Eco (1932–2016)’s quote, “Nothing gives a fearful man more courage than another’s fear.” The titled responsion is playing with the additive and replicating nature of fear with echos of Eco.

Echo was an Oread in Greek mythology, a mountain nymph that lived on Mount Kithairon. Zeus was quite attracted to nymphs and often visited them. … After being cursed, Echo came across a beautiful young man named Narcissus, but was unable to talk to him because of the curse. She simply followed him in the woods.

The Reciprocal All Truism App — A planksip poke at Religion (not Technology)

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