On the Empty Pleasure of Righteous Indignation

No pleasure is more readily available than the sort facilitated by righteous indignation. Unfortunately, it’s a pleasure founded entirely on hubris. To claim that one is the victim of mistreatment, is also to claim implicitly that one understands the rules of the game — which rules the universe isn’t so naive as to have revealed.

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