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There's such a temptation to split people into good/evil, especially on social media. But every time you see someone being an absolute asshat here, you gotta think, "Still, they have a mother/brother/child/friend who loves them - or they don't, and that's the problem."
Also, we all have our sh*tty moments. I crapped on someone the other day, just by being thoughtless. I hope they don't put me in the "evil" bin forever. I said the dumbest thing today in a meeting. I hope they don't put me in the "stupid" category forever.
I want to see more nuance and grace out there, and I want to bring more nuance and grace to the table.
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