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Hi Nadia, thank you. Regarding what you said about not having a gift to be tactful, please know that tact is something that can be learned…if one wants to learn it. As to other points you brought up, I think there is a time and place for most things, and they can be situational in nature. And, sure…silence is always an option, and often the best option there is.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us! Hi Chi Chi, that was indeed very courageous of Amy to step up and volunteer. Especially being one of the younger people there. And, yes, she is definitely a leader. On another note, thank you for the spelling correction.
Hi Russ, thank you for your kind words about the article. So, the words must be said even more tactfully and in such a way that we do our best to hopefully understand how they may be interpreted. Even the telephone presents the challenge of the person not being able to see you. My suggestion is that — the more important the conversation — the more you want to try and be face to face; if not that, then telephone definitely over email. Thank you for sharing, my friend!
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Hi Heather, you are absolutely correct; it is in the intent, and any principle or universal law can be used both for positive and negative purposes. That is a great story about the pictures. This is a great story! It reminds me of a trick that an oenophile friend taught me. Hi Dondi. Yes, I think those of us who know Amy found even more joy in the story because we can so easily see it happening.
Regarding your P. There is a way to arrange your avatar so that it will appear whenever you post anywhere. Nadia, I agree with you and Bob! Heather, I can relate to the bullying and I am sorry you went through that. I was bullied, by a man who named himself always right. I was gullible It was one of the hardest things I ever had to overcome in my life. I have also learned how to walk people out of the effects of spirit crushing bullying, so I am thankful to him today. It took one of us apologizing for our actions, for the rest of us to see that we too were doing it. I can really see Amy doing this and everyone absolutely loving her for it….
Amy I think you need to tell Bob your Target story with the woman needing the shoes…that one killed me. I think it worked so well for Amy because she was being her true self. A loving person, who no matter what she says, you know is from the heart and genuine.
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There are some that can intend to compliment you but somehow you feel like you have just been backhanded. I truly feel people intuitively know if you are truly good at heart. I agree with you about Amy. She has that essence about her that communicates kindness.
Of course…you have that, as well! Christie, and Bob Thank you. And Christie, I agree with Bob, you communicate kindness too. I was in Target and a little sweet lady asked me to help her with some shoes, so I did. Before long, I was pulling different sizes and styles for her. While I was on hold a young man came to where we were to look for that shoe. I suppose I should have called other Targets for her too…. She said it was my red shirt, which made her think I worked there.
I think I just look helpful, because things like this happen to me often. I hugged her before I turned her over to an employee.
I think we both had a great time! Can we keep that? If not, I can go in and fix it LOL. Again, can picture you doing that. Amy, you ARE great! People like you are a true blessing and you are blessed to have a Mom who keeps an eye on your cute typos. Have a wonderful day! Nadi, Wow, thank you for the kind words.
I like kindness I look forward to getting to know. Thanks for the share Bob. Intentions are very powerful. One can always tell a good intention. Great story to make a point. So, the lesson from this tale is if you need to have these kinds of conversations with people, find someone like Amy for your team. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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