To know how to respond resides in science, sentience and silence.

Silence — it’s a loud, noisy and cacophonous response.

To be heard, listen; to influence, be influenced.

The most powerful responses empower.

A response is a stimulus — arguments, fights, wars, love.

Even the elephants know that sometimes the only proper response is to grieve.

Love isn’t at its best as a response; it is at its best as a provenience, an antecedent and a previousness.

Injustice can only be corrected by justice.

If you don’t know how to respond, claim confusion; if that fails try humor.

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