Value differences vs hate

Especially in the current polarising climate, it’s very easy to say you hate or can’t stand someone. What that really means, I think, is that either you see things differently or have different values. In some cases this will be a very strong feeling, of course. If it’s acknowledged that these are simply differences then it’s much easier to empathise. Much easier to reach out … Continue reading Value differences vs hate

Good is good?

I’ve been wondering about ‘good’ lately, both in general and specifically in DnD alignment terms. What’s classed as good is a matter of perception, of course. Boris Johnson probably perceives himself as Chaotic Good. The country/his friends need x to happen to get the best outcome; to hell with anything in the way of that and a grand plan isn’t actually necessary. He’s certainly chaotic. … Continue reading Good is good?