Just because we can DOESNT mean we should Posted by dayz Short in Announcements - December 1, 2016, 2:28 am
we are all familiar with the harmless white lie - which isn't really a lie so much as an ommission...the social art of not tellin someone their voice grates on your nerves or their clothes look like flea bitten rags or their kids are ugly
Yesssssh!! Honesty is admirable and to be commended, but so is kindness, and to be HONEST< I think many use the phrase of "just being honest" as an excuse to be mean. or to vent, or to make fun of.
The fact that we can say what we want doesnt always mean we should.
Before you make fun of an avatars appearance or name
Before you ridicule the way a landowners has decorated their land
Before you open your mouth and let meanness fall out
Think about who may be listening and be gracious and kind
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View Personal ProfileI spend my in-world time fishing and being a Gamemaster for Linden Gold Hunters and associated products. I believe words are the most powerful tool - or weapon - ever invented.