On Fidelity

On Fidelity March 16, 2015

Our Last Option by Andrew MarinThe pressure to convince the other of your correctness fosters defensiveness. Commitment to the long view of sustained in-person interaction between strongly opposed worldviews is never an easy process. Yet, sustainable connections almost always rearrange false assumptions. This does not mean all will agree. It does mean that a new awakening of deeper levels of engagement is possible.

— Andrew Marin, Our Last Option, Chapter 5


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