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Since Conversing is much more than words, we must listen to one’s life and internal movements in order to engage in their lives… we determine our purposeful response based partly on their life and words and partly on what we choose to say, to do or even merely to be in the context of that information.
The most important person in the world is always the one right in front of us. We have to focus. Without it we are not listening.
That is something my mother always taught to us not to say. It fits here though. I find that the best listeners are quiet. To some people (I’ll admit I am one) they seem to not be interested in what we are saying. We are so used to others interrupting us as well as diving in to the joint-pontification we all easily participate in.