Dancer

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The credits mention a transcriptionist but I can't find a transcript...is there one?

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I'm grateful that you made this form to submit responses anonymously - thanks for doing that! :)

You're most welcome :)

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I'm grateful for how forthcoming people in EA tend to be when it comes to giving frank feedback on ideas and write-ups.

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I love the community of people who are interested in suffering-focused ethics. I don't know many of them yet, but the ones I do know are such lovely people.

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I'm grateful for how I feel free to disagree with my EA friends on things - I feel that my years of interaction with people in EA have caused me to be far more open about my opinions and about expressing disagreement than I used to be. (This is a great thing for me, because I used to be quite lacking in assertiveness in many areas of life.) I love how many people in EA tend to reframe disagreement as a constructive form of information-sharing, rather than as a confrontation - that reframing has been extremely helpful for me.

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I *love* the concept of reasoning transparency and I *love* how EA organisations emphasise how important it is.

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I'm grateful that the community health team exists, and I'm grateful for all the work they do!

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I'm grateful to know that there are so many people who are striving to make the world a better place.

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I'm extremely grateful for all the friends I've met through EA. Many of my closest friends are people I originally met through EA (although some of them aren't involved in the community anymore). I appreciate them all more than words can describe!

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I've never found another group that has so many people who have overcome indifference https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/9gJAmSx73xYWi9QgS/framing-effective-altruism-as-overcoming-indifference and are trying to do something to help.

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