Tiff Coop

Do everything “wrong.” Do everything “right.” Do nothing at all — just live. It’s never enough. The hate remains. The lower value remains. The antagonizing and escalating basic situations remain. The dying remains.

Why is it too much to ask? We can be better than this. We have as much access to our greater self and higher morals as we do to our lower self. Why is it so much easier to sink than to climb?

Damn it! Stop. Think. Question. Act. No need to go straight to Act because it often results in pain. division. unnecessary deaths.

Based on what? Nothing but bias, prejudice, racism, hate, ignorance, unfounded fear. Stop. It’s not too much to ask.

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Thanks for the tips! The most important thing for me is this: "We’re all caught up in following the “basic rules of content writing” as well that we don’t pay attention to actually writing sh*t that’s dynamite. That has flair. That shows our unique personality as bloggers." I love this part.

Many times the generic advice, if followed, strips the personality right out of an article and it ends up reading like something an algorithm wrote. I prefer to read a story full of "broken rules" but is interesting and exposes the personality of the writer, over a functionally correct article that is as dull as the multitudes of tiktok sourdough bread.

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Tiff Coop

Tiff Coop

Trying to bridge the gaps between headlines & opinions. Fan of learning, teaching, writing, travel, US history, snark, unique people & cake. Mostly cake.