What prompts an individual to become emotional isn’t universal. We may also feel the same way about something, but for different reasons. It’s worth clarifying before responding.
It’s amazing how even a basic concept like listening can have so much depth to it. Then again, it might be because it’s so basic that there’s a lot of depth to it.
I keep misspelling hierarchy, thank God for auto-correct. Anyway, umm... the structure of our thoughts might give us some insight into our similarities, differences, and how best to approach a situation.
Arguments have a way of slowing us down and doing a lot of damage in general, so I’ve written some reflections on navigating them when it seems as though we’re being pulled into it.
I look on my style of writing, specifically my attempts on balancing proofs with communication.
I share some of the ways questions have helped me and how it can be used to help around us.
Maybe there’s a way to discuss our beliefs safely long enough for there to be a lasting peace. I believe that to insist on the rule that we keep our beliefs to ourselves is doing more harm than good.
More on the style of my writing and how I go about it. Somehow everything sorted itself out in a way that I can’t attribute to some big brain idea from myself.
The type of conversation that makes you feel comfortable and welcomed.
You can confront an evil by fighting it, but you can also confront an evil by bringing forward something better than it.