(un)Common Conversations

At (literally) any time, we could log on, hit the feed, and we wouldn’t have to scroll very far to find an argument, or seven.

We could join the argument.
We could cast out our opinion, logically (I’d hope).

We could also say nothing.
Maybe even choose to unfollow the arguers, the dividers.

OR, we could start our own conversation — about joy and camaraderie.
Maybe we’d tell a story about optimism, or duty, or promote the ‘option for action’.

We could do any of that. Our choice.
When we’re deciding, though, it’s worth noting that we could probably find an argument anywhere, at any time, if that’s the sort of thing we set out for.
Starting a new, positive conversation? Now that’s uncommon.

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