3 thoughts on “Miscommunication

    1. We are always taught not to get into an argument, because it is seen as a direct confrontation and conforming is seen as more convenient. I too have to be diplomatic most of the times because people rarely understands a healthy argument and those who call themselves ‘open minded’ are not so either. Give them space to argue and they deviate from the conscious and knowledgeable argument to become more personal and go on a attack mode or will abruptly withdraw and stop communicating. The inherent need to be ‘right’ pampers the ego. So, we all communicate diplomatically. Communication, with the technological advances, 24/7 information has rarely gone through a major transformation. We are traditionally holding on to the same mode of communication which does not allow growth of new philosophies.

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