Increasingly, we live in an era resistant to the idea that one person should “fix” another. Instead we are to “accept” people. We let people do what they want to do. In previous eras, fixing another person, challenging them, telling them they needed to change, was much more accepted. This doesn’t mean those who received correction welcomed it; but it does mean correction was more commonly given. Today’s era, with our reluctance to correct, has many strengths. With acceptance on the rise, petty bickering declines. People are increasingly able to be honest with their views, their opinions, and maybe most importantly, their struggles and wounds.