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|Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 11:52 am Post subject: Asking Questions
Always ask more questions than you make statements. You can use the following format when someone says or does something that you think may lead to confusion or someone being mistreated or you are involved in a conversation that appears to be leading to a non-constructive end:
(1) Make a brief response such as “that’s interesting” or “this is very important what you’re saying” or something like that.
(2) Make a brief statement.
(3) Ask a question.
Most people do not get offended when you appear to be addressing their statements or concerns and at the same time not making contradictory statements or concerns. Most people do not get offended when you are asking them a question. Asking a question is making a request for information.
Using The U.S. Constitution as a Tool
What is the reason YOU were born into a SYSTEM of INJUSTICE if not to replace it with a SYSTEM of JUSTICE?