Even when people disagree with you, you can still celebrate that they were created in God’s image. To exchange compassion, collaboration, and cooperation for name calling, is to create unnecessary conflict and cast away common sense.
Concern and compassion are more persuasive than arguments and put downs. Try it and see. The quality of your conversation reveals the quality of your life.
Kind words confuse hostile people. (Try it & see.)
Be your brain’s bouncer. Begin to boot out beguiling and belligerent brainwaves. To be great, we need to step away from hate.
Our feelings and thoughts are frequently false. To identify yourself by your feelings and your own thinking is often misleading. It’s better to find and face the facts.
Leaders in a great nation don’t call people “deplorable” or “human scum,” like American leaders have done. We need leaders with the courage to be kind to those who disagree with them.
For a handbook on kindness, search for: Off the RACE Track–From Color-Blind to Color-Kind. Thank you.