We’re In This Together
The Purpose of Dialogue
Open Question: What is the purpose of dialogue?
- People generally only change their minds when in conversation with someone that loves them. How many conversations are we having with people we love?
- Maybe the point of conversation is to change our own minds. If we aren’t coming from that place, are we in dialogue at all?
- Trying to change other people’s mind is often a futile exercise. If true, then why bother having any dialogue at all?
Related: Agree to Disagree or Fight, Really Reading Means Being Open To Change, Arguing for a Different Reality, Celebrating Our Differences, and others.
Birds Aren’t Real
I don’t check Twitter or Instagram. The only thing I know about this image is what you see here, which I liked. Edit: Chotosahib pointed to the website FAQ, which makes for interesting reading.