Re: [DMCForum] Religion and Politics on the DMC Fourm.
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Re: [DMCForum] Religion and Politics on the DMC Fourm.



Robert,

That was an excellent post. Thank you.

-Ryan

On 9/18/05, therealdmcvegas <dmcvegas@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> I know that the topics of religion and politics really stirs up alot
> of emotions. Past couple of days I've been pretty busy, and haven't
> had the time to follow up on some of the topics. But I feel that it is
> imperative to let the forum continue as we presently have it set up.
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> We live in a world that is quite possible, too far PC. We're trying to
> be sensetive, or go out of our way to prove we're not prejudice. When
> it takes far less energy to simply let something go, we all seem to
> opt for the more complicated route of explaning ourselves.
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> I really feel that even though we've seen disagreements, we've really
> had a break-through with everyone here. Rather than argue, we're
> actually talking and communicating with one another. I know that on
> several things, most notably for myself, my opinion of Marc Levy, I've
> had a great opprotunity to see things from someone else's perspective.
> And it's been fantastic.
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> I know that what we sometimes discuss here can easily be construed as
> *delicate* in subject matters. But we're learning that we can talk
> about these things with others in real life. The biggest problem I've
> seen here that seems to actually cause a stir isn't the actual
> difference in opinion or belief that someone shares. But rather, the
> way they enunciate their words, to ensure that the proper message gets
> across.
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> With what we've learned here on how to communicate with one another, I
> think that we should all take that home with us, and utilize it in our
> lives. We can break down those barriers, get to talking, and most
> importantly, get to getting things done. Spread communication by
> making people more comfortable about talking about those subjects that
> we've been told are far too taboo to speak with one another about.
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> Remember, the argument is what keeps us from talking to one another.
> Overcome the argument, and get straight to the words. The more we
> teach others others this, we can make our own little contributions
> twards making the world a better place. Even if people disagree, at
> least we get everyone united in conversation.
>
> -Robert
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