Designing Thought 25: Why We Should Say the Truth not Perspective Part 1 — The bias of Language Itself

It is never a good idea to make something easy at the expense of quality; ease should be optimized within quality. This goes for an attempt to share a fact without introducing our own biases. We as humans want nothing more than to escape our own individual limitations and to share an abstracted experience of the outside world as a fact. This shared experience is and will always be abstracted and nothing more. This subconscious isolation is often viewed in denial and shame. This shame can manifest into conflict both internally and inter-personally. True self worth and interpersonal cooperation comes from acceptance of this separation as seen from the perspective of self-identity and individual perspectives. The abstraction of self from the world, of truth from fact, is not a burden. The difference is a testament to the self value and the need to hear others differing in opinions. When learning from others, one must acknowledge both one's own and one’s company’s biases. This should be the starting point for the tone of one's language and should only be tested to the point of both parties’ ability to abstract towards fact.