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Suppose that the essence of our movement is nurturance as opposed to strictness. Care for others as opposed to discipline. Empathizing and identifying with them rather than preferring that they be self-sufficient.
Many of us are immensely privileged. But privilege is relative. Some of our friends are much less privileged than us.
Being nurturant often entails giving up privileges. It means sacrificing freedom to care for others. It means prizing their well-being above personal gain.
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