Thursday, November 30, 2006

I'm reminded of a mealtime conversation with friends. There was clearly some tension between two parties, but not between a different combination of parties. Cultures clash; in conversation, some people are interruptive, others are interruptible (though possibly in the passive-aggressive sense). Some people listen well, others not so well, and still others need to be listened to. These factors can create disharmony - even one-sided or perceived disharmony.


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