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Emptiness is form, form is emptiness.

The nail that stands out is hammered down.

— Japanese proverb

Articles which look really bad are fixed quickly. Articles which are subtly unreliable and inaccurate are carefully disguised. Editors which are well-known are stalked, harassed, and face criticism and administrative action for the most minor of offenses. Editors which are not well-known are capable of blatantly ignoring the rules.

Every thing on Wikipedia is subject to change, which means anything you do is likely to eventually be destroyed, at some point.

So, editing Wikipedia is futile. Despite that, it is enjoyable. For clarification on this, see User:Zenwhat/Stay sane. Also, see User:Zenwhat/Zen guide.

Accounts on other wikis: