(Answ.) It isn't worth it. You loose alot of valuable time when you try to prove your point. Most of the time you are trying to convince the wrong person. The one who can do things for you will hear you out first, then offer constructive criticism. The one you argue with won't even give you what you really want. You really want acceptance. You really want support from someone who hasn't seen your vision. So don't waste your time. People like that always have to see the end result in order to believe.
You would be further along in fulfilling your destiny if you would trust God and the skills you have acquired and make your move. Arguing is for poeple that want to take a break and look at their work. You also involve others in the nonsense by arguing with them. Now your wasting their time. They could be learning and improving on their own. When you communicate with a person; It should be done with love. Love is the only thing that teaches without hurting others. When Love is presented the hate leaving a person is what hurts. They have no crutch to use anymore.
It's the EGO that has one to argue over and over again with people over small things. Control of our little bubble in life. We must understand even little remote islands connect to water, then land eventually. We are all connected in one way or another. Communication must be mastered in order to survive in this new millennium. How do we talk to people who are different than us? How do I relate to someone from a different culture? What does my skin-color mean to someone from anonther country, and how knowing this should I act, or communicate to reach out to them in love?
These are some of the many questions that must be answered or meditated on for one to be effective in all areas of growth. Less arguing and better communication is the begining of a great process of self-mastery.
If you died today, are you absolutely certain that you would go to heaven? You can be! TRUST JESUS NOW
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