Commentary on culture “The question is not what we do about guns but what do we do to keep our children safe?” When we want to understand something, our usual response is to ask a question. The question itself implies a lack of understanding. How we think reveals information about ourselves. What can we discover in the question? Each of us wants to be safe through belief. Or unconsciously, we don’t want to be safe at all. What we really want is to have our way. Out of confusion, questions are asked which strengthen self identity and become institutionalized as …
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