Experiments in Human Kindness, part 2

In the first post, we sought the imperative which is determining a persons behavior as a means to be able to be considerate of them and to show them kindness. And, as well, ourselves.

We might then step next into understanding that what we see simply as the human being doing or behaving, as they might have careers or attitudes, enjoy certain things and not others, such as sports instead of Fantasy movies, or buying things, and even living certain lifestyles or having intention toward life goals such as retirement or not, or making lots of money, or helping people, or doing drugs, as well as belief and style of dress —

All these cohere to exhibit different kinds of humans being, different kinds of Beings that are human.

We might begin to see in a different light the meaning of the Eastern sentiment namaste.


Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher, a counselor and a musician who is being questioned.

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