Peace and Civility

Submitted by ub on Thu, 06/30/2022 - 08:58

Some people may never like anyone else because their inner demons will not allow it, and that‘s their problem, no one else.

However, everyone must follow the law and abide by the common rules of basic comport, civility, and adhere to human kindness. Also, Couples Should Cuddle More  https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/close-communication/202204/4-reasons-couples-should-cuddle-more?eml

Archaic concepts like the ideology of the Great Replacement are a particular threat to democratic governance because it insists that certain folks be excluded from rights and protections.

Politeness is a necessary first step. Disagreeing without disrespect by seeking common ground as a starting point about differences, and preconceptions. 

Civility is staying peaceful with whom we may have disagreements. It is a necessary prerequisite for negotiating interpersonal power where everyone’s voice is heard, and not ignored. And civility begins with all of us.

There are people who can be difficult to deal with because they are alcoholics, liars, illegal drug addicts, gamblers, abusers… etc.

I am into tolerance as long as no one tries to take advantage of me, my property, or my loved ones. Also, I enjoy helping others, reading, and writing the first draft of history and I have been accused of being a dreamer. Are these terrible addictions?

Finally, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” is commonly known as The Golden Rule. It’s found in both Matthew 7:12 and Luke 6:31. Jesus said this Golden Rule “sums up the Law and the Prophets.” The verse in the Bible, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” is commonly known as The Golden Rule. But keep in mind that quiet people are our greatest untapped resource. these observe the loud beasts. We must take care of our family and friends and always protect ourselves.

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