Marilyn Manson (Quote)

“The aspiration to save the world is a morbid phenomenon of today’s youth.”
~Marilyn Manson

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    • lol well, in some ways I’d rather not. The world can be violent, cruel, and senseless, overall. But that’s just the way it is. I don’t think the world really needs saved, but if anything is going to save it, I think it’s going to be from focusing more on creating it than “saving” it, you know? Not sure if that gets across what I’m saying, but… Put another way, I think the world would be better off if people focused less on saving it and more on embracing it and worrying about their own little corner, creating the world they want to see within the boundaries of where they can actually, realistically reach.

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    • “i hear you but oh-so politely disagree. something’s gone too far wrong, where before we could have lived with the right kind of wrong… and people are being evicted from their corners.”

      Fair enough. The presence of morality in my worldview can’t be relied upon, so I don’t figure on everyone agreeing with me. I just figure it’s a mixed bag of pleasures and pains, some getting worse hands than others, and it’s just… the way it is. But I also don’t hold it against anyone for having a different view or different hopes for the world and what direction it goes in 😉 .

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    • Haha, well, yeah. Probably. I think in a lot of ways though, it might be a mistake to think the world needs saving. Or if it does… maybe it doesn’t deserve it. I’m not personally much of a fan of (or believer in) Jesus anyways though, tbh, so (for me) that’s neither here nor there.

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