Orang Asilie tribe in Malaysia. my translator going over how he was going to translate. He pointed out his language has no verb to be, like [you are] good, bad, wrong, right. You canâ€™t classified people if you take away the verb to be. How are you going to insult people? You take away ninety percent of vocabulary! what are you going to say if I say "Youâ€™re selfish"? he says "he sees you are taking care of your needs but not the needs of others.â€ He says, â€œIn my language, you tell people what they are doing and what you like them to do differently, it would not occur to us to tell people what they are." "Why would you ever call a person a name?" Punishment is a totally foreign concept in these tribes and cultures. He looked at me and said, "If you have a plant and it isnâ€™t growing the way you would like, do you punish it?â€ The whole idea of punishment is so ingrained in us that it is hard for us to imagine other options. It is totally foreign to people who havenâ€™t been educated in domination systems culture. In many of these cultures they look at people who hurt others this way: they are not bad, theyâ€™ve just forgotten their nature. They put them in a circle and they remind them of their true nature, what itâ€™s like to be real human beings. Theyâ€™ve gotten alienated and they bring them back to life.