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Communication Without Agenda

June 12, 2013

Book coverIf we really want to communicate, we have to give up knowing what to do. When we come in with our agendas, they only block us from seeing the person in front of us. It’s best to drop our five-year plans and accept the awkward sinking feeling that we are entering a situation naked. We don’t know what will happen or what we’ll do.

From Start Where You Are: A Guide to Compassionate Living by Pema Chödrön, page 116

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