We learn and grow maturely , hopefully ! I like it here I guess or I wouldn't come here at all , especially lately perhaps . Yet for those of us who truly do learn from mature dialog , this place is one of the best I 've ever seen . And don't get me wrong , I HAVE made mistakes , probably been a bit judgmental , emphasis on" mental " , I have been angered , humbled too , and maybe even hurt too if the truth is known , And yet I " suffer on " .
Seriously though , we had better ALL learn something of late , especially in todays much combative atmosphere . Yes , I have learned much here and thank you all for that !
Hope you all enjoy the way I misspelled Forums !
Well, that's one problem here: not being able to edit mistakes in the title after posting! But I think we enjoy these imperfections! Spelling is one thing I'm learning here among, as you mention, other things on different levels.
I think its interesting how we reveal our personality by how we graphically display what we write. Like you do. I imagine you messing up the spacing on purpose until it "looks right" to YOU. Many purposely ignore those red dotted underlinings. It shows a real lack of compulsion.
I can't ignore them (or proper spacing) no matter how hard I try.
We all should learn that there are varied perspectives on the topic at hand. We may not agree with the other perspective but we should realize that the other person has a right to his/her perspective regarding the particular topic. There are those who may critique, even personal attacking and cyberstalking those whom h/she disagrees with. There are those with a certain perspective who WON'T respond, even purposely ignore those whose perspectives are not in concurrence with his/hers.
He might be a fitness model but he could never make it in HP forums !LOL
I have to agree with gmwilliams, until we all see through the same set of eyes, which will never happen, there will always be disagreement. Just because someone doesn't share the same belief as you does not mean they are wrong or a bad person. You don't have to agree, everyone has the right to their own beliefs.
And yet , although many people have regurgitated the idea that there is no longer any such thing as "common sense ' , there actually still is a great need for it . There is an new epidemic of independence in absolute and unabashed free speech that is so immature . The problem with your statement is that we all SHOULD try to see through the same set of common eye's.
On Hub Forums I have learned the "delete button" is my best friend when managing my emotions. Practice in thinking through my emotions has taught me how to be a better thinker. Also, all the grammar and spelling mistakes can be corrected unless I forget to correct them before the time limit elapses
A discussion .isnt a debate . Ive learned that most dont know that. And that most questions that are posed are loaded. Lol
by Mygell 7 years ago
Many say that it is always the best thing for us to learn.To get indulged into it so as to know what and how it feels .
by Ashi 15 months ago
If we learn from our mistakes, why are we always so afraid to make a mistake?
by sabrebIade 7 years ago
I have a Hub about fitness model and competitor Kyla McGrath that is listed as Deceptive Tags, Title, or Category.The title is Kyla McGrath - Fitness Model because she is a fitness model.The tags are all either related to Kyla or fitness. And she IS a fitness competitor as shown by her competition...
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