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Best Answer Sid Kemp says
This brings me to the second thing that I agree with. Be selective in who you choose.
Best rule of thumb? Develop the practice of discussing "ideas"....impressive events and matters of general interest & importance. I can't think of anything more useless or mundane, than discussing each other....or anyone else, for that matter!
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Alecia Murphy says
BRAVO....Alecia.....LOL...I'd like to know what it is about someone who thinks that his/her life is a story that's in demand.....Truthfully? Who cares? You're YOU and I'm ME...Now, can we discuss something profound??.....
Dianna Mendez says
NO ONE has a right, nor the power to shame you..unless you allow it. Most people would do well, to tend to their own history. Keep this in mind before you divulge anything to anyone.
I agree with you completely but the fact is that people do lots of things they have no business or right to do. There are a huge amount of people who believe that judging others is the way to improve themselves.
Moms-Secret......I follow what you say.....sounds like you think there are a lot of people who like to know what's negative and bad about others..so they will seem better? That's SAD as hell!
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Derrick Bennett says
And you are also a WISE man!
Esther Strong says
Thank you for a simple and beautiful thought.
Yes, you can comment on, or answer your own question! And thank you for inspiring such an honest discussion. I hope everyone else learned as much as I did.
Very practical approach! I like it.