Stupid

It is true that they attack our faith because of our stupidity. Normal people would respond: “Then I shall stop being stupid!” But not us; we say: “Because they attack us, we must continue being stupid and never give up our resolve to be stupid.” Because, somehow, we have stupidly convinced ourselves that stupidity is part of faith, and that our stubborn attachment to stupidity is a measure of piety. Where, in fact, our faith calls on us to reform ourselves of all that stupefies us and makes us stupid. But we are too stupid to realise this.

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