Being a loser helps maintain unity: HUH?!
It takes at least two to argue, but when one begins listening instead of speaking, a heated exchange may start to cool down. Therefore, resist the urge to retaliate when provoked. Maintain your own self-respect and dignity by controlling yourself. Remember, peace in the family is more important than winning arguments. “Where there is no wood, the fire goes out, and where there is no slanderer, quarreling ceases.”—Proverbs 26:20. (How to Stop Strife in the Home article excerpt)
PEACE is more important than winning. Self-Control and r&r (resisting retaliation) and listening..promote peaceful communications within our immediate family as well as global family of fragile-life.
Question(s) for Consideration:
Do i like winning?
Do i do whatever it takes to win?
Do i like losing?
Do i do whatever it takes to lose?
Losing/winning…being a loser of arguments means being a winner of greater prizes: PEACE & UNITY!:)