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Is Courtesy A Dying Art Form?

Is Courtesy A Dying Art Form?

Is courtesy a dying art form?

Before you think this is a rant, it isn’t. I'm curious, and not necessarily because of any particular incidence or encounter. We interact so frequently with so many kinds of screens and not human beings, are we losing the ability to be courteous to each other..

We Need More Bigger (and Better) Conversations

We Need More Bigger (and Better) Conversations

Progress starts with a conversation. Nothing moves forward without the exchange of thoughts and ideas. Mr. Trump is now President because a large portion of our country felt they weren’t being listened to and/or that their concerns were not the concerns of the people in power. This past Saturday, millions of people worldwide marched because we wanted to connect our conversations together. America itself was born because we, the people, were being taxed without a say in how we were governed, so we created a new government...