Like It Is

“Telling it like it is” can be a very ambiguous statement.  We all have different perspectives and although we might agree with a few, most of us would disagree with whatever “it” is that is being presented.

One way of avoiding the trap of antagonism is to simply consider what it is that you may be in disagreement with.  You can put it on a shelf and wait for further clarification.

No problem.

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