Don’t raise your voice, improve your argument.

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“Don’t raise your voice, improve your argument.”

Desmond Tutu

No matter your age, at some point in our life we all have gotten into some type of argument.

Well as much as it sounds like a bad thing, its actually a thing! Its natural and good to have arguments here and there. It tests your brain on how fast it make responses, but we have to learn to make the right ones!

Its natural for us to always want to the fight or argument, right? Well when trying to “win,” we tend to try and dominate the other person by showing that we are bigger, or louder. This isn’t a good thing! Instead of trying to be super dominant, we should try to prove our argument’s validity and use real evidence to prove that we are right.

If i am in a fight with you about which ice cream flavor is more popular. And you say chocolate and i say vanilla, neither of us should try to better than the other person and instead try to prove to each other why our arguments are more valid.

From now on i encourage you to try and make peaceful decisions whenever you are in an argument. .

Calmly try to make people understand your perspective and you relate to thiers as well.

Desmond Tutu Quote raise voice

My name is Gurbani Singh. Since I am a teenager, I often find myself searching for positive quotes for girls. After reading these I have made it a goal to post Positive and quotes daily. I that these are as encouraging to you as they are for me to learn from and apply to our daily lives. 

If you are a parent, I you find my posts inspirational and motivating. 

Encourage your kids to read and write what this means to them & how they apply this quote to their lives. Also, consider learning and practicing breathing meditation as a to help relax and reflect on the message.

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