In book number three, Inger Næss challenges her readers, she asks if we need the colours? and she uses the philosophers' statements against her own philosophy, but most of all she wants the reader to get involved in the topics where she asks questions. She believes that we ask too little and we talk too little about what we mean in contact with other people. We need to discuss, not only to understand what we ourselves mean, but also to learn about what others think. And this because the core of philosophy is to tell that we are all a part of everyone else, so the opinions of others and the behavior of others are only part of our own colour energies, we just have not learned to know our good and less good qualities well enough!
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