The Need For Authenticity – Gabor Mate
Expression of anger is kind of like a release valve?. Can possibly even help us to avoid problems with sickness and so on.
Funny that. When first nation people are feeling frustrated and angry due to mistreatment. Us white colonialist people might have judged them as having real bad attitudes.Throw them into jails el-pronto. Only when there is pain and suffering being experienced by ourselves, will we then also express our own frustration and anger too. We may even feel all the better for it . Yet not even stop and wonder if perhaps there are others who might feel likewise themselves as well too?
Same thing to, if we see Muslim people get really frustrated and act angry. After going through turmoil we’d have little hope of even beginning to understand. We’ll quickly judge it as only being due to their own bad attitude. Right? We will expect that they ought not to be acting in the way what we see them act. We wont make any connection with the way we can also react ourselves, the similar way sometimes too.Perhaps because our own reaction may always be way less than what theirs are often like. Or whatever
Human will boot undesirable people off of forum and so on. Nobody really even know for sure about anything that much about the state of affair of the particular persons own personal life experiences, behind the scene or anything like that. Human don’t bother to SENSE things like that hardly ever anymore. We have evolved away from doing it.Gotten stuck with the purity gospel maybe? Don’t care to bother.We’ll only simply see attitude what we dislike to experience ourselves.So then that’s about all that’ll matter, to ourselves
The problems exist in tier formation. People on bottom tier tend to judge people on the top tier (IE:people who suffer less judge the people who’ll suffer more)
There is even some evidence, to show, that First nation people are more likely to still die younger. And so on
Authenticity is deemed completely evil or whatever. An act of demon and devil or something like that (make it easier, for us to feel better ourselves, about judging others, that way)
Then we will wonder why our world is been slow in developing toward things better
Listen through the video above. We’ll learn that Gabor Mate has been able to broaden his mind through his own experience of suffering. Passed with flying color within the school of hard knocks, before going on to then become a doctor. A rounded form of learning