No one is asked to do more than what they're capable of.
If you don't believe me remember this:
Moses was never asked to deliver an entire community,
Moses was asked to go and speak to one person.
We forget that it was Pharaoh who needed deliverance;
We forget that Pharaoh is the only slave in the entire story.
Of course, Pharaoh drowned himself,
and that's tragic,
but look at the moral landscape of the world today,
and tell me--did Moses actually fail?
His was an infinite game,
and his journey allows us to continue playing;
We still have to work to deliver Pharaoh,
the Pharaohs of the world;
forget about "my people,"
it's a made up concept.
Those violating the earth
are not to be condemned (by us),
but simply invited to the truth;
They hinder our task,
because they are our task.
To put it to you straight:
Stop with this "I don't have the time or inclination to educate your 'unwoke' ass" bullshit.
Are you not up to the task of speaking to one person?
I get it,
so many gaps to fill,
and we're all tongue tied by history,
like Moses was,
so where do we start?
I did not set out to answer that question,
nor did I create it;
it's as old as our ability to question things is,
and we've all been given this impossible task,
of answering it.
But I think we're capable.
I forget, art and literature is not a moral task,
so why don't all of you go screw yourselves
and eat some cum laden shit
because I have nothing to teach you.
I am one of the Sorcerers in Moses
and Pharaoh's story;
in some versions, the sorcerers repent
But I might be a little too bad for that,
and don't try to convince me you