Monday, September 12, 2011
How do you know if all these while you were saying the right things to people around you?
Your responds, your comments, your jokes.
How do you know if those things coming from your mouth are not hurtful, not insensitive?
Being a good man doesn't only mean having a good relationship with God. But also with human beings too. Some might say recklessly and harsh words with intention. That will be a different story.
For us to speak, use one of the various functions of our brain: THINK.
Practice yourself to speak delicately, graciously and more importantly, with empathy.
Don't say something you don't want somebody else says to you.
Yes. Truth hurts. But find a way to make it less painful.
Well, do some reflection for yourself. You might start with asking opinions from your friends on your talking and babbling.
Good luck in saying the right things at the right time.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Talking about opinions, I have mine, you have yours.
Opinions are not facts. They remain as opinions unless proven otherwise.
So, your opinion or mine does not always has to be right.
We should learn to agree to disagree.
Unless it affects you and whatever that concerns you, just be calm and move on.
If it's really important, fight for it.
If it's not, let it go.
Shame on you if you think everyone else is dumber because they are different from you.
What's your opinion about me?