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Be Kind

 we are always asked
to understand the other person's
no matter how
foolish or
one is asked to view their total error their life-waste with kindliness, especially if they are aged.
but age is the total of our doing.
they have aged badly because they have lived out of focus, they have refused to see.
not their fault? whose fault? mine? I am asked to hide my viewpoint from them for fear of their fear.
age is no crime but the shame of a deliberately wasted life among so many deliberately wasted lives is.

by Charles Bukowski
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