For example, when I write, I am always aware of the future audience. I’m not in control of that.

Thank you.
For example, when I write, I am always aware of the future audience. I’m not in control of that.
So when I write, I am writing with you, and also with the future possible encounters that might happen of this text. So, I am in this case a minor leader of a possible future that I can’t control.
I am some say over the shape but not have it be too closed because I _want_ opportunities that might happen to happen, not for me to attempt to make them happen but rather allow room for things to occur that could be positive.
So for example here: This little globe means that it’s findable on the entire internet.
So, I ask as I type as I am right now: Am I representing properly?
Is this Kenneth Udut writing or am I being the voicebox for somebody else? If I am being somebody else’s voicebox, who is it and can I stand behind that?
I stand behind very few for that reason; I have to endorse a person as if I am standing on stage in front of millions declaring how wonderful they are.
So that’s why you’ll rarely see me bring up some living person’s name as somebody worth paying attention to very often;
I don’t know if my behavior fits into your notion of appearances or not; it’s my processes and how I do things.
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