I dislike Tolerance . . . eSpecially in those who wear it as a vindiCation of what they want.
[your self-esteem . . . is none-of-my-business]
toLerance = humiLiation
Tolerance is grudgingly given : a counterfeit understanding . . . dressed in mood of holier-than-thou offered to victims who are aSsumed unAble . . . to compeTently address the differences . . . between dissonant perspectives.
To treat an incompetent thinker with a useful truth . . . is more supporTive than Tolerance, truthfulness embodies a less-inSulting assumption . . . than tolerance's unHelpful self-proclaimed superioRity.
wheTher we are truthful-enough . . . to make use of a fresh perspective is entirely up to the individual . . . in the moment of assessment.
Direct conceptual assistance [beyond precision of metaphor] can be given to . . . neither cyNic nor belieVer.
Only a craftsman of thought can make competent use*