The conscientious thought produced from the principle creates not ony mindful anger when necessary but mindful desire, essential for breaking the crippling addictions in our democracy. Mindless anger works from eyes of the conscience that see only today with little or no understanding, sometimes only the appearance what is right before them. 

The strength behind addiction is the mindless desire of these eyes, working between outbursts of mindless anger. It is often joined to a desire to do good but according to morality placed above empathy, producing misguided moral judgments.

Everyone's eyes are made to work from conscientious thought that strengthens our desire to do good according to empathy first, without losing sight of ethical differences in our pluralistic democracy. This way we see beyond appearances, like the one that leads many to accuse those who get an abortion of murder, when even the Bible teaches that life does not begin until the first breath.

The Solution requires us to be resolved to use the principle of conscience.

A brief autobiography that includes a controversial period in my life sets the stage for a debate -- What level of conscientious thought is needed for the crises in our present democracy?

The story about Name and Word begins after my autobiog­raphy, which is short but sets the stage due to contro­versies in my life. They appear to revolve around a surface conflict between cultural traditions, while the real conflict is between those in both cultures who favor the pluralistic nature of democracy and those in both who favor the non-pluralistic nature of autocracy. It is the perfect scenario for examining loving verses hating one's enemies. 

When the ethical standards of any two cultures differ, those in both who make empathy secondary clash out of hatred for each other with little chance of finding resolution -- compared to those in both who make empathy primary with the conscientious thought to understand the problem from both cultures.