How to be "polite"?
Alexander Jacob Tsykin
stsykin at gmail.com
Tue Sep 12 11:11:11 BST 2006
On Tuesday 12 September 2006 15:31, Zak B. Elep wrote:
> On 9/12/06, Joel Bryan Juliano <joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Maybe I just want straight and direct to the point talks, that's why I'm
> > being so pessimistic when I'm talking, can't blame me, I'm a fan of
> > honesty too. So people that are dishonest when they're talking makes
> > craps, loosing my patience and throws sarcastic remarks. I think
> > sometimes it's gone too far, and I think sometimes I really hurt alot of
> > people.
> Umm, there is such a thing as a proper forum. :)
> Don't get me wrong; honesty is all and good, man, but a little too
> much honesty would do you more harm than good, just like everything
> else. Taking everything in little steps every day, and being
> considerate on others makes for a long way to being a likeable human
> being ;)
A good example is my great grandmother. She went up to my mum when she (my
mum) was quite sick and told her "If you're not careful, you'll end up the
same way you're father did." For reference, my grandfather died at the age of
32 of pneumonia. While my great grandmother had a point about how my mum
looked, it was probably not the best possible way to tell her.
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