I had a few peppers the other day that made me feel like my tongue was on fire. I drank some coffee a while back that burned my mouth. Both experience did require a glass of water or two but neither of those instances called for a fire extinguisher.
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Have you found that no matter what the profession when people work together in a group someone in the group has a tongue on fire... and it is not from eating peppers. It is called gossip. Before you gossip THINK.
We have all heard the childhood chant "Sticks & stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me". HOWEVER we all know that the truth is:
I am sure all of us have heard words that were hard (if not impossible) to forget. Most of us may also be haunted by words we have spoken.
You would think that after decades and even centuries of teaching mankind to be kind we would learn but today the epidemic of slander is worse then ever, not just in work places but socially face to face and even more so on social media. I found this placard on line and it fits what I want to say exactly.
I am eager to head to FrankSonnenbergonline.com to see more of his insights after reading his placard. Frank Sonnenberg is the author of several books about character, personal values, and personal responsibility.
Long before Frank Sonnenberg's books on a solution to a large problem that plagues the entire world (including our workplace) my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, taught me (personally) how to treat others. Mom & Grandma were pretty good at this too. 😊
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