What if we tried to see what really is on the other side of our discriminatory glasses? What if we tempered our aversions and irritations, and accepted that what we see is only in part objective, that the images we percieve are filtered through numerous preconceptions, and only a few of these preconceptions were formed voluntarily. You don’t have to readily embrace what you see. You don’t have to respond. Just discover what you can see without filters.