Insofar, as our society is in Chaos, and I think Government Gang Stalking is one expression of that, I think we need to start thinking new thoughts. So today, March 10, 2018, I will throw out a new thought and, perhaps, as the inspiration comes to me, add new thoughts every once in a while.
March 10, 2018: Is Anger always an expression of Unmet Needs? And, if we could as a society become better able to articulate our needs, would we be less angry, act out less of our anger?
Angry North Korea threatening the world with Nuclear Weapons: My anger acted out by developing nuclear weapons to use against the U.S. comes from these needs not being met by the United States and the rest of the world community. North Korea in negotiation with Trump articulates her needs.
Trump is free to meet or not meet North Korea's needs. He could articulate the unmet needs of the United States in relation to North Korea. And thus a dialogue on core issues might be begun.
I-It relating is totally subjective. The I looks at everything in relation to their self. Their desires and concerns are a barrier to real meeting. There is contrivance and hypocrisy. Imposition characterizes I-It Relating as the I tries to impose their views, their wants on the other.