Principles for dialogue.

At first, I thought this post was about writing, but, turns out, it’s about every day life. Real life. And I wish more people would read it, because civil dialogue seems to be going the way of the Dodo bird (extinct), the longer I live. Talking to some people in my life is like walking through a minefield, not knowing if a word I’ve said will blow up in my face now, or unexpectedly later. And for God’s sake, don’t even hint that they could be wrong. Yikes.

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