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Consider this paradox: Almost everything that is publicly said these days is recorded. Almost nothing of what is said is worth remembering.
Ninety percent of the friction of daily life is caused by the wrong tone of voice.
The angry word is a blow struck at our brother, a stab at his heart: it seeks to hit, to hurt, and to destroy. A deliberate insult is worse, for we openly ...
Audiences will listen to a very poor voice, as long as there's fire in it.
When we discern that people are not going on spiritually and allow the discernment to turn to criticism, we block our way to God. God never gives us discernment ...
A woman came to a lawyer and said, "I want to get a divorce. I really hate my husband, and I want to hurt him. Give me some advice." In addition ...
Men and women don't necessarily want to discuss the same subjects, according to a recent poll of 1,000 adults by Bruskin Associates.
The leading discussion ...
I would rather be disagreed with by someone who understands me, than to be agreed with by someone who does not understand me.
The man who is brutally honest enjoys the brutality quite as much as the honesty. Possibly more.
To say what is untrue, what is unkind, or to say it unkindly, constitutes failure in Christian living and Christian witness.