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Oh Boy, here we go. It's National Decency Day.

donmdonm Posts: 9,078 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

I surely hope this will generate some decent discussion.National Decency Day "celebrates the basic standard of civility that every American deserves."

Here are the ABC's of decency. : DECENCY is all about:

Active listening

Better understanding

Compassion

On National Decency Day, we can hopefully be mindful about learning to really listen while someone is talking to you. Appreciate where the other person is coming from and the respect will be returned. Act and react with civility.

I know this may be a challenge for us on this thread, especially when we feel we have not been treated with deceny. We can, however, try.

Hey, if it's too big of a challenge, we can always forget about it and celebrate National Buttermilk Biscuit Day! Bojangles. are you baking up a batch as I type?

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