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Think Before You Speak: Kind

If you have to say something, say it kindly. While it is easier to be angry and negative, kindness during communication, is a big virtue, and harsh words or a rude tone do collateral damage even if we are being righteous. 

Pay attention to how you say the things you say, and if you don’t speak nicely, it is better to be silent.

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Aspiring creative writer. I like spicy food and good people.

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