The Price We Pay for Our Cruelty

We are connected, not by choice but by default.

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At some indefinable moment in time when our consciousness was still not mature enough, we realised that this world is not here to pamper us or make our lives easier, it works according to a certain ruthless logic that can be confused with cruelty. Our world has not been cruel to us; it has been merely following some patterns and…

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The message behind the words is the voice of the heart.

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Zita Fontaine

Zita Fontaine

Writer. Dreamer. Hopeless romantic. Newsletter: zita.substack.com Email me: zitafontaine (at) gmail

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