Everyone has some level of internal struggle, or some kind of suffering to deal with in life. Unfortunately, many people don't want to take the responsibility of turning inward and dealing with it. So instead of taking the initiative to heal themselves, they turn to politicians and bureaucrats to do the work for them. But using a violent monopoly to solve your problems won't make them go away. Politicians will make you promises and the political theater will distract you for some time, but your problems will still be there, and may even be exacerbated because you ignored them. You don't need politicians to save you. With the help of your friends and family, you are more than capable to fight your own demons. 💪✌

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