I cut waaay back on facebook over the last few months. Derisive sarcasm and hate were saturating my news feed, weighing and wearing me down. As I tentatively become more active again, one of my new facebook practices is to select "I don't want to see this" whenever I read a post declaring that something … Continue reading say what you mean. don’t be mean when you say it.
If you profess Christianity, please be careful in your discussions about controversial issues today. Please don't be arrogant. You're never going to change someone's mind when you're words are laced with arrogance or contempt. What's your goal? You don't have to try and get someone to agree with your point, but you can introduce doubt … Continue reading seasoned with salt.
Reading too much on the internet today and keep thinking one thing: Sarcasm is an ineffective persuasive technique. It's condescending, arrogant, divisive and shuts down dialog. It's too often used by people in a manner to indicate that an issue is simple and anyone who doesn't see the simplicity and logic of their side of … Continue reading sarcasm: religious and political poison.