Re: [OPE-L] How I got a bit of criticism

From: Dogan Goecmen (Dogangoecmen@AOL.COM)
Date: Fri Nov 17 2006 - 02:51:49 EST

Dear Jurrian,
I am very sad that you reject continuing to provide us with your  
thought-provoking questions and critique. Please think about it.
In solidarity, Dogan.
In einer eMail vom 16.11.2006 23:30:31 Westeuropäische Normalzeit schreibt  

Tonight  I was off with my work team for a dinner (at the boss's expense) and
we  ended up talking all sorts as usually happens. Anyway one of my  workmates
had a criticism of me and she said "sometimes you get  temperamental, and you
talk out of turn." So I got to take that seriously.  I was thinking, I have
mailed quite a lot in recent times, I get bored with  myself and write
something, it is habit-forming but I better lay off it for  now and let other
people have a go. Then everybody's happy. If anybody has  more criticisms of
substance or style they can always write me offlist. I  guess there's ways
and ways of stating a point of view, and you can  communicate to
assert/express yourself, or you can communicate with the aim  of a real
dialogue. Obviously if there is no dialogue, that's boring as  well, because
you already know what you think yourself, but to dialogue you  have to listen
properly. Anyway I will count to ten now before hitting the  send button...
I'll send this one, but leave it at  that.



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