Flourishing Communication and a Person of Good Will in a Time of Disruption


Posted April 3, 2020 by stilsonlewis

Social distancing can enhance the old art of communication and conversation

 
was speaking with a friend of mine last night, Margaret Debellotte-Torres , who has done many things in this world. One of the most
important has been helping others find their way in the world after running into some serious barriers, including incarceration. We were
comparing notes about our current life.

She is sheltering at home along with most of the population of the world. We were discussing the affect that social distancing was having
on dating. I said, "This mess makes the dating thing more difficult...". Her reply was, "Lol. Video chat and use the time to communicate. That's
what I'm doing with mine." We agreed that it was bringing new life to the actual art of communication. Her expression of it I particularly
like as we are facing this continued disruption of regular living. She said "Yes. An opportunity to see it flourish."

The good and creative souls are finding ways to create love and laughter; to use the imposed berries as paths to new avenues for creation,
to explore the use of new technologies for the expression of the human spirit in simple conversation and to explore one another's reality and delight
in it's expression.

In her life Margaret exemplifies the affect that a person of goodwill creates in our environment. "As they guard the street, counsel the children, take the temperatures, put out the fires and speak good sense in voices, is apt to overlook the fact that people of good will are the ones that keep the world going and man alive upon this earth." L. Ron Hubbard, from The Way To Happiness. www.thewaytohappiness.org @waytohappinesstampa
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Issued By Martha stilson
Country United States
Categories Dating , Entertainment , Miscellaneous
Tags dating , art of communication , help , good will , life
Last Updated April 3, 2020