Breach: (n) an act of breaking or failing to observe a law, agreement, or code of conduct
It is a noble notion.
The difficulty with the mission is that people will often argue with you about whether there’s a breach in the first place. After all, a common conversation with fifty Americans will render much different responses:
- Is there racism?
- Is chauvinism a problem?
- Should poverty be addressed or should we just try to motivate people to work harder?
- Is there a God or are we on our own?
- Are people of different lifestyles entitled to their rights?
- Should we judge people by the color of their skin?
- Should we question religions?
- Is it possible that some people are just better than others?
- Do the heavens have a “chosen people?”
If we cannot agree that there’s a breach, then the repairing will be considered foolish or intrusive.
What can we agree on about our pain before we seek a relief?
It is not so much that our problems are complicated–it’s more that they’re denied.
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