Editorial: Filter out hatred and welcome civility
August 6, 2020
We are living in unique times. Times that allow us immediate responses via Social Media on a plethora of subjects.
Most realize responses are based on our own filters. And that is natural. But it does not have to be this way.
“The way a person looks at the world creates his reality. That same way of seeing the world is formed by mostly unknown filters. People learn and develop references and frameworks within which a world can exist,” Belling, B. & Mangalaars, F. A. H. (2004)1.
Personal experiences as well as religious, cultural and family circumstances, among other experiences, sha...