You are a better person when you are a whole person, not a good person

By continuing to work towards being a whole person (integrated), you more naturally and effortlessly are a good person.
The attempt to be "good" means you reference and filter through a socially constructed representation, which is a layer of mediation on top of the "you" who is naturally good. The stress of aligning yourself with a model of "good" diminishes your sincere goodness.

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