Latest "batcall" was pretty good, I thought...http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-44889/TS-576810.mp3
Loved the rant(s) the dude from Ucadia went on. @19min&30sec: "Those that ignore 'evil' allow it to thrive. Those that abandon the field (battlefield?) are the reason we find ourselves in such an awful world today." As is often said, they shall be known by "their" fruits...
Do you speak defensively? Are you trying to justify what you do, or don't do? If so, why?
Could it be that defending the position proves a guilty conscious? What else could be the cause?
I used to believe I defended positions because I wanted to help someone else see things how I do, but I'm starting to think asking questions could be a better tool for that purpose. Besides, could it be that by trying to make someone else see things how we do, we forget to try seeing things how they do? How will there ever be a "meeting of the minds" unless someone tries seeing things how someone else sees things by asking questions?
Even though I think I've internalized the "4 corners", I occasionally find myself defending positions through claims instead of asking questions.
New Year's Resolution: quit defending the position; ask questions instead