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When Common Language Is Not Common Grounds
I think it is important to note how limited we are by language and how in conversation we may often find ourselves being prevented from expressing our support, compassion and our roles as allies when typing/talking/supplying opinions because words often resonate as the other person wishes to hear them. -I find it a nice slice of irony that when two opposing radical sides have a conversation (as depicted above) the language is similar even if the intention is completely opposite. Remember, you are what controls language. Don’t let language control you. —R.
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