This brings to mind one of my favorite quotes: “The meaning of communication is in the response elicited, regardless of intention.”

….It doesn’t matter what we say, or what we do – the meaning of what we communicate ultimately lies in how it’s received by the recipient…
….We may “mean well” by saying certain words, but if the receiving person is hurt by our words, then as far as they’re concerned, we said something hurtful….
…we may think we’re teaching one lesson when we are actually teaching another….
This week’s spiritual-religious advice: Pay attention to how your words and actions are received by others – that’s what really counts…(Rabbi Brian)


RabbiBrian. “Lessons Taught”. The home of religion outside the box. 09-24-2014.

*******************Al Smith*************************


_____“Lock up your libraries if you like; but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of the mind.”______________”Each time you open a book and read it, A tree smiles knowing there’s life after death.”- unknown

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