> Privacy is the #freedom to be imperfect
It is #acceptance of who we are and everything that we have been.
Why is it,
that when we care for a hurt animal, we have so much #compassion for it and #celebrate every little progress we observe, but
when we care for a hurt person, we lose our #patience and #hope for them so quick?
Is it, because a person reminds us of our own #brokenness much more than an animal ever could?
I think so.
If we aren't ready to look at our own pain because we gave up on ourselves in those places, we are lacking #faith in our own life.
And what we don't have, we can't give
> I think that any state, institution, or other group of people using #surveillance wants essentially to make sure that their power will not be endangered by the people.
They want to stay in power. So they need to know what people are doing, with whom they have relationships. So that they can, if necessary, block and disconnect specifically those people they think are part of the political antagonism.
@d599f84e Is human nature ready for this?
Human nature, or society as it is currently?
Society at its current state probably not.
But human nature? I guess that depends on who gives an answer to that, and what that persons world view looks like.
Perhaps my answer doesn't align with your worldview, but I would say, in relationship with Jesus, yes, human nature is ready for it.
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