Listen: it's extremely difficult to get the perspective "It's OK the way it is and it's OK the way it isn't" when it refers to inhumanity. In fact without setting the proper context for a conversation about inhumanity being the way it is and the way it isn't, it's likely to be totally un-listen-able for most people.
However, this particular perspective doesn't come from what's wrong or from what's right. Nor does it come from what's bad or from what's good.
Where it comes from is what's so. This is a perspective on experience. As a perspective on experience, it's profound and powerful. It's not a perspective of judgement or morality. If it's deployed as a perspective of judgement or morality, it's worthless (erroneous actually) because it's misapplied.
Gee! I hope you get this ...
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