Stereo typing is hard and silly. Typing in stereo is a waste of effort. Typing on the left and typing on the right, just separates the words.
What about all that middle-ground?
If we stop typing in stereo, it can all just come together. Bringing all the words closer together allows them to work together. The mind is free to comprehend thoughts and ideas and put it all together in an intelligible way. Free of the seperation of
one's perspective won't get lost. It all just seems to make sense. Does that make sense?
Are the words not just a collection of the same letters? Doesn't artificially seperating them just serve to confuse?
Words aren't people, but people are their word. Make sure the words that you use aim not to divide in confusion, but rather to unite in understanding. If you find yourself noticing what's different about someone, please consider what you have in common.
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Jeff Daly (dalydose)
Jul 13, 2009
Mar 4, 2013 03:52 PM UTC
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