We try to avoid being in situations where our choices are limited. This happens in one of two ways: gaining power or committing to impotence.
Having what can be distributed is – definitionally and factually – “socially normal”; anything less is propaganda.
We should have seen this coming. [We can prevent things like this in the future.] Let us learn from the family Rusk and try to be better.
Regardless of what is “true”, finding the situation in which the least people suffer is the optimal decision.
Much of our interaction with society isn’t thought about through risk, but how we expect it to work and how we fill the gaps.
Without contrast, paradise is a prison.
If there is no common ground to be found within a discussion, you may as well be screaming into the void.
We are entering into a world of corporate tribalism, and it can only be fought by rejecting fears we have of others.
Inclusion of others isn’t a threat, but a liberation. One that must be socially normalized.
In the end, the further the contrast is explored, the more we can see ourselves in others. The more we can find our common ground.