We

We is the collectivity that includes you and me, and both of us are multiple. What I point to with that “multiple” is simply a freedom and an invitation to change our minds and perspectives. Please expect to do that yourself. Please help me do that. We becomes a community, becomes a new kind of individual, if we both (we all, all of us) engage one another in a spirit of kindness, of generosity. We will leave agonism outside. (We have enough of that in our lives and work, don’t we?)
We” sounds tiny. But we are large, and we contain multitudes, and we are expanding.

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