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- Jan 13th, 2003, 04:24 PM #1
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- Mar 20, 2001
In my view, the purpose of a discussion should be:
1. To work towards a specific goal.
2. To clarify understanding.
3. To learn from each other.
4. To agree to disagree at times.
5. To not let it become an argument.
Sometimes I feel that a discussion becomes none of the above and by the end one thinks if it was all fruitful. Did the post author get his/her message across or clarify the question, or is everyone's glass full at the moment, that we continue to pour the same jug of knowledge into each other's full cups? I don't know, lets stimulate some healthy guidelines especially when it comes to differences in beliefs, backgrounds, understandings and moods.
- Jan 14th, 2003, 12:35 AM #2
Hijar main khoon rulatay ho kahaan hotay hoo
Loat kar koyoon nahi atay hoo kahan hotay hoo
- Jan 14th, 2003, 12:42 AM #3----
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- Oct 20, 2001
Mushi.. some people come here with an attitude that they are the keepers of knowledge where as Knowlege is contagious.... it needs to spread out rather then questioned.. people should tend to read, agree only if in their research the answers out..!.. if they cant they shouldnt bluntly ask question!...
and I do certainly about the points u laid down.
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