Communication has always been important to me. Perhaps I am only PRACTICING to communicate to others. I feel like I have little if any right to communicate or be understood, because I judge myself to be unworthy of peoples time, but most of all I judge myself to be unworthy of even my own time. I often, in other words, feel autistic to my own soul. People will criticize me for using the word autism, but that is their drama, etc. If communication could take place without ego and/or drama that might be authentic communication. Instead there is limited communication and limited understanding because of ego and/or drama.
I'm passionate about tellingl the truth. I've been told that I make other people uncomfortable. I make myself uncomfortable too, What's the solution? Should I become a comfortable zombie like most?
People who have had experience in failing, and people who have gained reflection about their failing, and people who have experienced resilience as a result of failing, even when their failures have been judged as deviance, etc. deserve to be given a second chance, regardless of what they did, because whatever they did may have been done prior to or without having HUMAN agancy. In otherwords, whatever their deviance, etc. was perhaps instead of choosing that behavior, perhaps the behavior chose them.
Do I need to be like you? What's so great about you? If I can say anything that upsets you, makes you uncomfortable, what is so great about you? Just try to make ME feel uncomfortable, I dare you.
I am good at speaking without using negatives. I am good at being so creative that it scares me, as well as others.
I may be prevented from speaking at TED as it has been my experience:I have been banned from academic associations, I've been treated as though I have the plague. I guess it's because I'm interested in communicating truth more than having $, fame, power. ALL of society, all of culture, all of law is limited and limiting to our HUMANITY. Until we deal with the roots of the flaws in all of society, all of culture, all of law, we'll all be limited. We need to deal with what the root causes of symbolic/actual violence are in our language. I believe it has mostly to do with being addicted to ego and drama in our communication. We need to allow people who have experienced TRAUMA, real as opposed to the illusion of trauma, whether it is physical, mental, emotional, economic, etc to SPEAK about what they have learned from their real traumatic experiences, how they are GRATEFUL for having experienced their trauma, instead of labelling, censoring, these resilient survivors as mentally ill
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