by decontextualizing and recontextualizing it in a manner befitting my worldview, utilizing synonymous terminology, I can work with it and find a way to agree.

Wow, thank you! I don’t know if revolution can really work myself, but I do believe in a friendship-model. I don’t have any enemies in my worldview, just friends. I credit Robert for challenging me to reframe my worldview using a language that I am uncomfortable with, that of the every-man-for-hiimself transactional-greed-model of humanity.

It was actually difficult for me, and I got angry but I was determined. And, I grew in the process. I gained a new perspective and I can appreciate Robert’s worldview a little better now as well as my own.

For example, “we enjoy to consume beyond our needs”.

Normally, I would argue against that.

But if I am consuming knowledge or understanding or comprehension, then yes, I consume more than my needs. I don’t need to consume new worldviews. So, by decontextualizing and recontextualizing it in a manner befitting my worldview, utilizing synonymous terminology, I can work with it and find a way to agree.

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