Siku moja nilikuwa nahubiri injili ya nyumba kwa nyumba. Nikakutana na bwana mmoja ambaye baada ya kumweleza habari za yeye kumpokea Masihi, nika-m-alert kuwa kuna jehunum ya moto! Akashtuka kidogo na baadaye akasema kwa dharau..it is OKEY nitachomwa kwa miezi kadhaa na baadaye nitazoea MOTO!!! He left and I loosed! My purpose was never accomplished! Moyo wa binadamu una kiburi sana, inahitaji nguvu ya tofauti kuweza kugeuza imani ya mtu na mwelekeo wa mtu, wengi mmejionea jinsi ilivyo ngumu kumbadilisha mvuta sigara, is equally difficult to convince drunkard to stop drinking! It is even difficult kumbadilisha FISADI akaacha kuiba, haihitaji matusi wala kejeli…you will never ever, never never win them…kitakachoendelea ni matusi na LENGO la kumbadilisha au ku-mconvert huyu mtu awe upande wako halitatimia!!!! I tried to share this thought kwani pro-chadema wengi humu JF wanatia aibu na unaweza kuwahurumia kwa jinsi wanavyoweza kujipanga na kwa matusi na kejeli I was expecting to hear Lole Gwakisa is converting to Chadema, I am eager to see W.C. Malecela is saying chadema is my home….I am not stopping INJILI YA MAGEUZI ikiwaingia wana CCMsi ajabu kuona Nape anasema naenda CHADEMA…home But that will never happen, you can not win someone's heart by attack, abuse and degradation etc. eventually both sides are equally self-righteous and judgmental Msome huyu mrembo uone experience yake kwenye issue za politics uproar! Here is an excerpt for you to read!We're at a turning point. We claim we want civility. But let's be honest; what we really want is for the other side to shut up. They're not going to change until we do. They're not going to start thinking bigger until we start thinking bigger. I got to hear their unfiltered assessment of "those people." You know, "those people" who don't share our values, who don't care about our country, or families or schools or God the same way we do. It broke my heart, because I knew that their values were more alike than they were different. I also knew there had to be a better way. I spent the next five years studying the world's greatest problem solvers, people like Albert Einstein, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. I dissected conflict after conflict to identify which behaviors enabled people to solve their problems and which behaviors kept them stuck. The result: The Triangle of Truth – a problem-solving model to rise above either/or thinking. Based on the best practices of the world's greatest thinkers, The Triangle of Truth is rooted in 7 core principles: 1. Embrace AND 2. Make peace with ambiguity 3. Hold space for other perspectives 4. Seek higher ground 5. Discern intent 6. Elevate others 7. Be the peace The "I'm right so you must be wrong" paradigm isn't working. It never did, and it never will. There's a critical turning point inside every conflict when the two parties either attack each other, or they attack the problem. These 7 best practices of The Triangle of Truth keep the focus on the problem. Lisa Earle McLeod-article city; 7 Ways We The People Can Restore Civility Go back to the title it is certainly disqualifying me what I have just taught you!!!! take it or leave it.....oh! focus on the problem, at least start to practise now, will be grading you! I am not preacher anyway!