The "For me," preface that introduces a perspective on behalf of an individual is a wholehearted attempt to connect with other individuals and convey humility. Serendipitous maybe, admirable for sure. The duality Aristotle offers us between Forme (For me,) and Matter parallels the dialectic of what "matters". Introduced through the preface of, "For me," these expressions may digress towards nefariously means and should be used sparingly. "For me," is hard to falsify and it plays with the pseudo. That being said, "For me," is a watchword of free thought. We need to preserve and protect our ability to respond in an open and free society. As long as a response, whether in speech or any future form of social expression, is not inhibited and we all have the ability to pursue a eudaemonic life, we should all have a life worth living.
“Forme IS differentiation, every One has it, opinion that is.”
- Dr. Cory Elliot, (fictional phenomenon)