You can support an idea, action, belief, or a variety of other nouns.
There is an evaluation of merit upon which your support rests.
One noun is distinct: people.
You do not support people based on merit.
Merit may apply to a person's things, such as ideas, beliefs, or actions.
When it comes to a person, their existence is enough merit.
It is common to correlate your support, or lack thereof, for a thing more broadly, towards a person.
This is your mind utilizing bias to generalize and simplify.
It is one of the most dangerous propositions you can infer: the merit of a thing directly reflects on the merit of a person.
Support does not mean agreement or being nice.
There is no single way in which support looks or feels.
Supporting a person is distinct from supporting all other things.
Thoughtful leaders distinguish support between connected ideas, actions, and people.
They also support people, unconditionally.
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