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Do You Have Enemies?. How Do You Win Your Arguments Without Making Enemies?
Quite sure I have enemies, and as for winning arguments without making enemies, for me, may be quite difficult, since I consider myself competitive, and sometimes may be deemed overzealous in an argument, even though, the win is more through logical answers rather than using headstrong rebuttals. Anyway, I have learned to accept that you cannot win them all - if you win an argument, you may lose a friend.
Making enemies means you loose in anyway. Just be silent, and you can win any argument.
It is written:A soft answer turneth away wrath,bur grievous words stir up anger.You must learn to place words in the right slot and control what comes out of your mouth.Don't fight fire with fire...you will just get a bigger blaze.
Everyone has enemies.....even God......but in terms of arguments,if you really want to leave it in peace.....there is a saying we have here;"2 elephant can never pass a narrow gate meant for one at the same time.it's either 1 gives way for the other or they both die trying" my point is if you want to win your agurement, stay headstrong till the other person gives up (hopefully he would) and if he doesn't you'll keep at it you tire....if you want to keep peace, just let it rest but you know whats what
Make your case as logically as possible without resorting to personal attacks. Also, you should probably not enter into every conversation with the goal of "winning." Discussions should be about learning something from others involved, not just beating them in a rhetorical struggle. Part of the reason that political discussion is unproductive so often is that people are not open to learning and listening (myself included.)
Sometimes we are our own worst enemy ! Ignorance is bliss !
As it says in the bible none are so blind as those who will not see! In other words we may subconsciously keep ourselves from seeing the truth because we cannot handle it emotionally.!
You cannot force anyone to see the truth.
They have to come to understand it over time,wheather it be a second or an eternity.
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