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I am currently reading The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison. I’m still figuring out if I like it and how much but here are quotes that resonated with me:
I needed people to deliver my feelings back to me in a form that was legible. Which is a superlative kind of empathy to seek, or to supply: an empathy that rearticulates more clearly what it’s shown.
Empathy isn’t just listening, it’s asking the questions whose answers need to be listened to. Empathy requires inquiry as much as imagination. Empathy requires knowing you know nothing. Empathy means acknowledging a horizon of context that extends perpetually beyond what you can see.
Also, a dear friend’s younger sister is fighting skin cancer and their family could use financial help. Go to their GoFundMe page to support. Thank you very much!