It is, but that means learning how to tolerate people with whom you disagree and letting them go their own way without trying to impose your will on
When we have the government that we do, people have learned that they can indeed impose their will by taking control of that government and that
obviates the need to learn how to live and let live. Why let the man next door go his own way when you can identify with a grievance group that
advocates laws that will force that man to live the way YOU think he ought to live? Who cares if he hates you for it? You won!
It's a message that was repeated since a long time ago in the past, in different ways, in different languages, across the world. Yea, "a collective
mindset" because love is unifying rather than destructive. If everyone could feel the pain they cause others (empathy/compasion), people would
probably not harm each other.
I don't "hate" anyone on here, but I certainly can passionately disagree.
Sometimes passionate disagreement is deciphered as hate by other people--nothing I can do about other people's perception of my comments. I'm cursed
with being very direct and proudly lacking in political correctness.
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