The complex Kantian position of ordering the universe through a structural imposition of an otherwise chaotic reality gets filtered down to the ordinary person’s understanding that, yes, we come from different places, distinctive upbringings and alien cultures.
It makes a difference upon how we view the world. Some are eternal optimists; others, bedtime pessimists. Some view others skeptically; others, with open arms and “you’re my best buddy” upon a first encounter.
Conformity by society quashes the unique soul, and so we come to expect everyone else to have a similar, restrictive perspective. When others step outside of the demarcation of acceptable perspective, we often find it threatening.
For Federal employees and U.S. Postal workers who suffer from a medical condition such that the medical condition no longer allows for the Federal or Postal worker to perform all of the essential elements of one’s Federal or Postal position, a necessary change of perspective often occurs.
No longer is the Federal Agency the friendly place of reserve; no longer is the Federal Agency looking out for your best interests; and no longer is your Human Resources Office of the Federal Agency the “helpful” department.
Robert R. McGill, Attorney