Commuting the self-sentence

A frazzled homemaker, a burdened business executive, a harried schoolteacher, a depleted college student, might ruminate, "I have a right to feel exhausted!"

Who says so? It is not other people and human conditions but the false concept of man calling itself "I" that is the real perpetrator of exhaustion. If you and I fall for this argument, we have unwittingly joined the self-sentencers.

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