Comment: The Lakota had no word for "me" or "I"

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The Lakota had no word for "me" or "I"

It was "us" and "we".

The best answer is humanity using communication for survival and evolution.

Our Constitution is the closest thing on the planet and only we can make it better. But we must understand the higher purposes of free speech to defend it.

This effort is to create a group that can say, "We know that free speech assures vital information is needed for survival". Since we've been made dependent on corporations via corporate personhood, we need the economy they depend on. At least until we can re-find enough independence to not be threatened in this way.

The immense lack of vital information of the public in areas of; psychology, anthropolgy, semiotics and the academic pursuits themselves relating to behaviors indicates that Americans must find stable ground to agree upon.

Our constitution has it because it works with instincts we all have IF we consider the "Greater Meaning of Free Speech" to be something we need in our constitution. We do that because this thread has shared a simple concept of the highest purpose of free speech.

From free speech an understanding can be gained. From the understanding can come; forgiveness, tolerance, acceptance, respect, trust, friendship and love, protecting life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Can we stop doing all the things we are doing that we do not want to do while still doing what we need to do?