As nice as it would be if it weren’t, empathy is finite. From family, outward to strangers, from our neighbours to the rest of our town, from our country out to people on the other side of the world, we care more about problems that affect “our tribe” than we care about problems that don’t. This doesn’t mean that we’re mean or heartless or selfish, just that we’re human. But it also means that if we stopped thinking in terms of tribes, we’d have more empathy for problems which, at first, don’t seem to affect us.
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