What comes to mind when you think about safety? Avoiding collision and fire? Those things can be deadly, but the functional experience of safety includes much more. What about safety in social situations? Are you reluctant to speak up around unfamiliar people until you assess the situation to find out what topics are safe and which are not? Is the risk of rejection or ridicule or embarrassment a valid concern? People live their lives in the consideration of these questions. You wear your seat belt to improve vehicle safety. If you love others you will be a safe person to be around.
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