Conversations with oneself

Most people know that gossip and putting other people down are wrong. But are we careful about the purity of our own thought?

A scene too often familiar: A pleasant dinner. Every detail delightful, and then the conversation lapses into talking about friends or co-workers, which often includes running them down and exaggerating their shortcomings and problems.

What a distasteful morning after! Why did I go along and contribute to that?

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Always an unbroken family
April 10, 1989
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