The "attack" word in injustice doesn't go too well with me.
Apart from its direct connotations, what about the influence of the
system on injustice? Who said, "attack" was a way to approach what
we don't like from a learning/developmental perspective?
I do think that there are things to fight. They are the things that
I've declared as my enemy and consider evil. I just don't find too
many of those. Very few when I think, "Am I going to authentically
spend my resources *against* something rather than for what I want to
replace the 'evil'."
As far as organisations go, I don't find evil nor attack as
appropriate. If I find what I consider evil in an organisation, I
take it to reflect the whole and do not operate in that territory.
How can evil exist in an organisation and not *be* a part of the
And there are plenty of non-evil organisations with good people
attempting to do good things. Dealing with those is enough for me.
Michael McMaster : Michael@kbddean.demon.co.uk
book cafe site : http://www.vision-nest.com/BTBookCafe
Intelligence is the underlying organisational principle
of the universe. Heraclitus
Michael McMaster <Michael@kbddean.demon.co.uk>
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