Oh okay, then yours is definitely superior. Good thing it's mine now.
Hi, there's a post for this meetup already.
It's here: https://www.lesswrong.com/events/5TKo5CHZyWAuxauRi/everywhere-meetup
But I guess this one is more official.
What are you planning to make? What did you like from what you tried?
Thanks, the page was causing my computer to freeze. I tried editing it twice.
Where can we talk about it? He has comments turned off.
Nooooo, I've been saying it wrong in my head the whole time.
Also, if you're going to put something somewhere that's not in its place, put it in a place that you'll HAVE to clean soon. I had a lot of success putting all my school-related stuff on my bed throughout the day in high school because I was guaranteed to pack it all up into my backpack because I had to use the bed to sleep.
How do you pronounce "Yvain"?
That's interesting, because I think I usually refrain from vengeance by default, but I do try to like ... limit further interaction and stuff. Maybe that's similar.
The way I was thinking about it is that there's an internal feelings component -- like, do you still feel sad and hurt and angry? Then there's the updating on evidence component -- are they likely to do that or similar things again? And then there's also a behavioral piece, where you change something in the way you act towards/around them (and I'm not sure if vengeance or just running awaaay both count?) So I wasn't sure which combination of those were part of "forgiveness" in common usage. It sounds like you're saying internal + behavioral, right?
Does anyone have a working definition of "forgiveness"? Given that definition, do you find it to be a useful thing to do?