“Silence is a source of great strength,” Lao Tzu. To be able to hear what people are trying to tell us we need to be silent, and actively listen with an open mind without bias. This is not always easy, and often requires a bit of practise. Today’s challenge: listen on the speaker’s message without prejudging the conversation. Remember to practise this at home, as well at work. //Marianne


13 responses to “Silence

  1. I shall pass that onto the cat when she growls at me when i tip her out of my chair – again and again 🙂

  2. I loved silence…I once when on a retreat where for 24 hours we were completely silent…I was in Heaven…thanks for the post Marianne…Susie, the Gang of 5, and yours truly send you our love and many blessings…be encouraged!

  3. Is very valuable to be silent. Many indeed have this post.

  4. So much can be learnt in the silence of solitude.

  5. Silence is a key in the art of interview.-in gathering oral narratives or carer worries

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