Harmony exists when we express our opinions and discuss our disagreements. Communication defines the self and others. Disagreements are essential for harmony. Verbal volley solidifies self- and other-concepts. Knowledge of one's emotions and how to interact with them may guide toward respectful resolution.
anger may hint
at a thought to consider
rather than decide action
friends, acquaintances, coworkers, family
do and say things that sometimes tickle anger
Information technology classifies honeypots as servers, aka boxes, that people intentionally format without any protection mechanisms. Hackers inject corruption into these defenseless boxes. What's the point in a defenseless box? Why would anyone exert time to pay for and then set up a box that s/he plans to leave open for intruders?
To build stronger boxes.
My honeypot experiences taught me. They showed me how honeypots may receive urine from those so inclined.
I learned how to identify my opinion. This took time because I didn't have an opinion framework for a portion of time. I'd learned that expressing my opinion meant receiving insults and verbal attacks. I had to teach myself to speak up when I felt an internal conflict. Knowing when I felt an internal conflict meant building my understanding of my emotions. That took time because I didn't recognize many emotions besides angry, sad, and happy. Speaking up took courage and bravery and other traits that mainly took practice.
Now I address voice in professional life and extended social interactions. It's a challenge! My thoughts want to default to honeypot. Instead, I focus on harmony and respectful resolution through fair verbal volley.
Well hello there.