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Dianna

Amen Sister*!*

Backpacking Dad

Definitely.

And it's the ability to recognize the community we hold ourselves accountable to that makes us feel safe in dealing with people. When we can't (or won't) figure out the community that someone holds themselves accountable to we get very fearful, critical, and intolerant. Sometimes that's fine (if we figure out the the community someone holds themselves responsible to has rules that are absolutely incompatible with our way of life), but sometimes it's just incendiary and bigoted.

Nice Post, HM.

Headless Mom

Thanks Dianna and BpD.

And thanks to Carmen for giving me this great opportunity!

Jenny, Bloggess

Amen, amen!

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