Art of conversation


With so much muddling of facts.                                                                                                         Rational political conversations are                                                                                                    scarcely possible.

For sake of old freindships,                                                                                                                   I put myself on silent mode.

And spend my time to appreciate creativity in                                                                                art and beauty.



71 thoughts on “Art of conversation

    1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
      Society was so different when I was growing up. Religious diversity was very well accepted and we were part of a big extended family.


    1. Thanks Paul.
      Just that deep down my heart I feel sad for those suffering souls. It is failure of our education system and society that people don’t see worth in other humans.
      Proper conversation should solve these problems but …

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  1. Bicycle!!! Always happy to see one.

    I agree with you on the political conversation side. For me it really depends on what the subject is. If there’s a fundamental disagreement on something like human rights I have no mute button – I just have an “unplug” button. They’re not worth keeping around as we clearly don’t see humanity in the same way. On the other hand, if the disagreements are more subtle, I agree – find something less charged to talk about or keep quiet entirely.

    I think this is why I have a small but close circle of friends but not a lot of acquaintances I keep in touch with.

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    1. Oh! Todd you are talking like my husband 🙂
      He can’t stand such people and he gave me this idea of “unpluging” several times.
      My idea is to participate in other conversations since now I am aware of the thinking.
      Instead of going deep I use my energy in other positive projects.
      Thanks a lot for sharing your thoughts.

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      1. That’s a great use of your energy – I’m happier to see you sharing things here than arguing elsewhere online 🙂

        And maybe sometimes it’s better to stay connected even if you don’t engage. Just quietly keep doing what you’re doing, role modeling along quietly inspiring change as you go.

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  2. I understand. I’m doing something similar.
    Your bike photo is lovely! 🙂 Love the festive flowers adorning the bike!
    A bike ride is freeing…healing…fun…and while riding we don’t have to listen to anyone! 😉 🙂

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