We live at a time defined by our differences. Arguments prevail. Dialogue, once so vibrant, is often disturbed by the percussive discussions of differing views.
These differing views could lead to valuable insights, if we were just able and willing to examine our differences. What if we could share our perspectives without judging each other?
It could start by opening up, by telling more about who each of us really is inside. Where do the things we say come from? What makes us who we are?
Tell your story. Tell your views. Share your perspective. When we can do that with an open mind, any level of communication becomes possible.
Who will know who you really are unless you tell them? Talk about it. Then, listen.
-- doug smith