Friday, May 20, 2005

Meditation and Dialogue

Listening intently is akin to meditating. It requires suspending judgment and being present for the dialogue. I like the idea of taking a breath before responding—responding and not reacting. Because people of different points of view enter into a conversation it doesn't mean that opinions will change, but what might change is an awareness of the other and the possibility of some movement.


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