Voicing ones opinion is necessary to strike a balance. However, there are just times that ones stance doesn’t offer anything to the issue/cause. In those cases of fruitlessness, isn’t it best to hold one’s tongue? Becoming more informed about an issue is also highly recommended PRIOR to saying anything.
It is alright to disagree. It is great to have an opinion. However, at what cost does dissention fuel animosity within an organization? Is the recourse of contrary ‘insight’ necessary in changing the views of the hierarchy?
Push back from the right people has always seemed to change the tides in one way or another.
Earlier this week I told you that Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk had come out against gay marriage, putting him on the opposite end of the field as his teammate Brendon Ayanbadejo, who has publicly supported the idea even while being blasted by a state delegate.
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