top of page
  • Writer's pictureNaoki Kogo

look at the mirror

Updated: Apr 13

It doesn't matter if you're a lawyer, politician, or scientist. Deep down, you might be fully aware of your actions, or cunningly hidden from your consciousness. Yet, human psychology is such that as long as you're well-compensated, have power, attain success, publish papers in reputable journals, and hold a esteemed position in academia, you may turn a blind eye.

You continue on this path... but should you?

These professions, at their core, are meant to uphold people's rights, enhance the quality of life, or contribute genuinely to human knowledge.

Has there ever been a moment when you've taken a step back, looked in the mirror, and asked, "Wait. What am I doing, really?"

But did you?

And how many people can genuinely say, "Com'n, I need to stop it"?

25 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page