Finding A True Question

To get a true answer you must find a true question. Sadly, they don’t grow on trees. If one posits the trouble with capitalism run amok is not those indifferent few among the haves who give the otherwise benevolent, though similarly shrink-wrapped in patterns of learned helplessness, remaining members of the owning class a bad name, but the many colluding have-nots who, in a tragic twist of equally oppressive self-delusion, would simply trade places with the haves they outwardly despise yet secretly -until recently- seek to emulate, what then? How does one replace myopia of either strain with a compassionate, dynamic, engaged, informed self-interest? Is that closer to a true question?

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