Fight the good fight.

posted Aug 21, 2015, 6:29 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 7:05 AM ]
Fight the good fight.
 
You know what you want and you have to fight for it sometimes.  We all know that one battle does not make the war so pick them, chose them wisely and then fight them.
 
Recently, I've been doing all kinds of research on moving to Mexico and it has lead me to the conclusion that a balanced approach listing Pros and Cons plus Goods and Bads (yeah I made up that word and it works) is not used hardly anywhere and when you do see it, it is a breath of fresh air.
 
So, first, if I see a balanced approach on a blog or web site, I ALWAYS comment and post an appreciation for it.  Second, if I do not see a balanced approach, I ALWAYS comment and post a comment on listing the reasons why a balanced approach is required for the readers to make a fully informed decision.
 
I like to believe that a comment is required either way.  In order to change behavior a person has to be aware of it and as politely as possible I let them know what would be nice for me (and other readers presumably) would like to see.  In order to continue a good behavior pattern then a compliment is a very good way to keep it going. 
 
Encouragement never hurts.
 
So I fight for what I believe without being nasty or overbearing, let alone am inconsiderate and rude.  I NEVER use profanity, even though in real life I use it frequently but only in correct instances.  I try to be politically correct even at work.  I do not use the obscurity of the internet or that immunity to push my opinions and be a P.I.T.A.  (Figure that one out)
 
Dear Writers, what I am advocating is that for you to use your super powers, for that is what a voting, opinionated person has in advocating change and working for the better of human kind.  Try to be unifying instead of divisive.
 
We are all working to make the world a better place, Dear Writers.

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