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.
So, I'm reading Women, Faith, And Work How Ten Successful Professionals Blend Belief. Specifically, I'm reading the chapter on Goldie Rotenberg: Real-Estate Attorney. The author, in describing Goldie's life as a Hebrew Christian, mentions her involvement with "a mission devoted to evangelism among Jewish people" and how it "has helped maintain her sanity in her … Continue reading cool word: bifurcate.