Breaking Bad’s RJ Mitte stopped by to talk etiquette with us. Part one of three. />
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Our friends at the Emily Post Institute (www.emilypost.com) have released another winning title. Manners in a Digital World: Living Well Online.
If you’re trying to persuade others, posting something provocative on Facebook will win over no one ever. And frankly, it’s a wee bit rude to give unsolicited advice to other adults. They won’t change. They won’t like it. You’ll be frustrated or angry for no good reason at all.
Free yourself. Ease up on the I statements.
An etiquette reminder.
You will see people at church and temple whom you haven’t seen since last year. There is absolutely no need to comment on this. After all, for all they know you haven’t been back since then either. And maybe they haven’t been back because of the welcome they received last year.
In the spirit of the Easter and Passover seasons, please reconsider holding those near and dear accountable for past sins, particularly if they’ve repented, course corrected, apologized, moved, died and so on …
So … in bellydancing class on Friday, there was a developmentally delayed woman. She was a guest of one of our regulars. And there was a mom who brought her two teens along. The teens didn’t dance. They stared, giggled, laughed and pointed at the woman. And the rest of us.
It’s not about you. It’s not even about the deceased person. It’s about the bereaved. Remember that and everything should work out.