They say that communication is key to a better relationship.
I've got more than a couple of reasons to believe that such is true,
some I even had to learn the hardest way.
I think each of us already knows
what the consequences of a communication breakdown could be,
so I need not specify any.
It would indeed be great to have mind-reading or similar powers
to know what another is thinking.
However, a perfect specimen with such a superhuman ability
still doesn't normally exist in our real world yet, as far as I know.
Although a "woman's intuition" is such a buzz
and an "educated guess" is a very popular concept,
I'm still far from acceptable levels of achieving
what I think are the desirable outcomes along those lines.
Thus, our usual means of sending and receiving messages
are still useful at this point, I should admit.
The following are some of what would matter more:
🌿If we want to know something, ask. If we are asked a question, answer.
🌿If we're not so sure about anything, clarify. If we're not fully understood, explain.
🌿We don't have to have exactly the same beliefs to live in peace and harmony. We can even agree to disagree.
It's also good to take the time
to have a chat somehow,
one way or another.
August is Poetry Month in Australia. Created in 2021 by Red Room Poetry, it is happening again this year.
This year, it’ll be BREW's first time participating. As our way of paying it forward, we’re holding a Poetry Writing Contest just for you and our worldwide community readers and audiences.
Yes. You read it right. The contest is open to all poets across the globe.
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