the crisis of mind that we all suffer from,
whether in gamesmanship or as self guardians,
is that we are mindfully beside ourselves as our self.
we have garnered a wardrobe of protection and account.
we are enabled by rules and subjected to order,
as if externally mandated by some assumptions of mind:
that fear is our guidance system by choice,
that morality is imposed by consensus decree,
that happiness is gainful by effort as if selection,
that wealth features an importance of favored perspectives,
that success is a self enterprise relative to others,
and that love is, by prominence, a bonding proposition . . .