Have we all “lost it?”
Discuss politics…I don’t think so. We can’t discuss, we immediately steer the conversation and/or the social media comment to a specific conclusion and then it’s my way or the highway.
Forget what I just said it’s a lot worse than that and it is affecting our interaction and relationships with family and friends.
How sad…unfortunately, everyone seems reluctant to change. Please note I said reluctant not won’t. Where do we go from here? If you are a regular reader of this blog, thank you, or if you simply kissed it off because of a comment I made, I am sorry I lost you.
I’m lookin for solutions.
I’m lookin for help to…not sure…maybe it’s to ride a small wave till the current grows to a level strong enough wash away the hostilities that we seem to thrive on.
I’m lookin for help…what say you?
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