Tonight I was pondering the complexities of communication. I ended up thinking that I "like" written communication best. Not that I think it IS best. Why? Because written communication allows the best (in my opinion) opportunity for one to express what they truely mean. You have time to read over what you have written, and edit/amend that train of thought. Verbally, you don't have that choice. Once the words leave your lips, it's too late, you can't take it back. On the other hand, some of my most valuable communications in my life experience have been person to person, not in writing. What a strange paradox, don't you think?
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