Interesting, this point that we're living in a fishbowl, therefor we're more susceptible to being treated as though we're being accused of violating the moral standards of the fishbowl.
What drives this is fear.
We see it wherever fear reigns.
Where fear reigns, so do accusations.
Without priests, there'd be no heretics, said someone, perhaps Thos. Jefferson.
Fear heightens our antennae. We sense things that may not exist. We are surprisingly insensitive to this, yet it influences our lives considerably.
Have you ever experienced something along this line?
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