Deep and Wide

Serve Him in the Waiting

The process of learning lessons can be painful and usually involves exercises that we grow to hate. But a good coach or trainer, teacher or parent, knows sometimes you have to allow them to repeat even their mistakes until they figure out on their own what the problem is.

That is kind of howl it has been for me on this same subject that I was writing about in this post from May of 2013. I went on to have a few other experiences that reinforced the lesson about words. These days I talk a lot less. We live in an environment now that it seems all it takes is breathing, for someone to be offended or defensive. And also in the current climate, the reactions that spring from the ire of the offended, are not logical or in any way in proportion to the seriousness and miniscule actual impact…

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