The credits mention a transcriptionist but I can't find a transcript...is there one?
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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.
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.
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.
I *love* the concept of reasoning transparency and I *love* how EA organisations emphasise how important it is.
I'm grateful that the community health team exists, and I'm grateful for all the work they do!
I'm grateful to know that there are so many people who are striving to make the world a better place.
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!
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.