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Use of Terms

Collective — A number of persons or things considered as one group or whole; marked by connection among or with the members of a group.

Folly — Lacking good sense or normal prudence and foresight,
a continuum of behaviors ranging from personally foolish
behavior to criminality, evil, and depravity.

Power — The ability, strength, and capacity to do something, including the capacity to bring about change.

Trap — Something by which one is caught or stopped unawares;
a position or situation from which it is difficult or impossible to escape.

Wisdom — Exercising sound judgment; reflects great understanding
of people and of situations. Considerate of multiple perspectives and forms of intelligence. Wisdom in groups is demonstrated by insight, good sense, clarity, objectivity, and discernment rooted in deep caring and compassion.






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