When a baby is learning to walk, she can do it, but wobbly at first. More wobbles and falls make better walking. If we wouldn't yell at a child for stumbling when learning to walk, why do we yell at ourselves?
The middle road is seemingly less and less travelled anymore. Admittedly, this is a generalization, as I'm not going around giving a census. At a minimum, extremes are what is portrayed in everything I read, see, or interact with on the internet. The art of conversation is dying, as most people are more interested in... Continue Reading →