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Civility

Location: Colonial America
Members: 15
Latest Activity: Aug 15

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In the American Colonial/Revolutionary era, men did great things. The differences of contemporary man and the Colonial/Revolutionary man is stark. This group seeks to explore the characters of that era to recover the lost lessons of the manliness of our forefathers.

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Comment by knightlion on July 14, 2012 at 8:46pm

respect for your fellow man is important in day to day dealings in a civilized society. unfortunately for today a lot of it is missing in todays society. thanks for starting this group.

Comment by Conrad Neil on May 23, 2011 at 2:53pm

Where has civility gone in modern society? In former eras such as those our founding fathers lived in, there was no lack of contention among people. But even when two men disagreed, they did so respectfully and with courtesy to each other. For example, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were staunch political opponents - and yet maintained a deep friendship in spite of their differences. 

 

The simple fact our modern society completely disregards is this: it doesn't cost anything to be kind. 

 

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Seitanist Dan replied to Mongoose's discussion As Said, Society Needs to Figure This Out in the group The Great Debate
"There's loads to figure out. People like you, however, stopped being a part of the process about this very real and very affecting science around... 1950. You seem to think that her* genitalia will somehow affect, what, exactly? That sex might…"
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Michael D. Denny replied to Mongoose's discussion As Said, Society Needs to Figure This Out in the group The Great Debate
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Xenias Latin replied to Xenias Latin's discussion How to handle insults? How to become unoffendable?
"I need a way to handle it on a more personal level. I can't help what management does which is why I am getting out of there as fast as possible. How do I handle this from a point of inner peace?"
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Xenias Latin replied to Xenias Latin's discussion How to handle insults? How to become unoffendable?
"Management isn't interested in handling the problem. This coworker is a problem, there was another person before me and when I leave I even think I know the coworker who will be next on the list. This is why I have chosen to leave. Other…"
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Liam Strain replied to Xenias Latin's discussion How to handle insults? How to become unoffendable?
"Comparing? no. Su"
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Xenias Latin replied to Xenias Latin's discussion How to handle insults? How to become unoffendable?
"I guess there are several reasons why the insults get to me. First, I am a very kind person and people have respected me for that so I am not overly use to be insulting in public. The insults are often aimed as who I think I am as a person- a rule…"
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Jay D replied to Xenias Latin's discussion How to handle insults? How to become unoffendable?
"Are you comparing getting molested by a squirrel every day on the way to work with having a coworker throwing insults at you everyday? This is something that just doesnt have to stand in a normal work enviroment. If someone of your staff comes to…"
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Xenias Latin replied to Xenias Latin's discussion How to handle insults? How to become unoffendable?
"HaHaHa, the squirrel visualization is hilarious. I have already had first a heart to heart and then the telling of enough. Still doesn't stop and I don't feel confident in my own social prowess to insult my coworker back. Yes, the insults…"
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