Most humans are very hard on themselves and, as a result, tend to accept criticism a little too easily. A lot of my friends are writers, and when someone criticizes one of them online, my immediate reaction tends to be, “That person is just a troll loser with no life.” My critics however, are almost certainly nuclear physicist supermodels, and “have some valid points.” I also tend to cling to the negative. There could be 30 very happy comments on an article, and I will find and focus on the one telling me I’m going to die alone because I wear overalls or something. (Spoiler alert: We all die alone.) Don’t do this. Instead, believe it when people tell you that you are awesome, and go ahead and assume that your haters are just that: haters.
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I’ll probably butcher this summary of what you said, but you say that Jesus is a “meta hero” and have described him as a sort of blueprint for how to conquer an infinite set of dominance hierarchies. My question is how do you come to this conclusion when you read what he said about “the first will be last and the last will be first”. He seemed to live his life contrary to dominance hierarchies and seemed to want his followers to abandon seeking their personal gain in all the dominance hierarchies that society creates.