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Re: Conflict escalation and discipline

On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 09:46:03PM +0200, Martin Steigerwald wrote:
> If there would be one clear rule, I´d say: Never ever attack a person. 
> Harmlessness with each other goes a long, long way. 
> Wrongdoing someone who probably did something that did not serve the 
> project or another person, i.e. did something "wrong", just continues 
> the hurting cycle. And even "wrong" or "right" is just an arbitrary 
> judgment. Indeed think "I am right and the other is wrong" is a pattern 
> that fuels threads like the one I think this discussion relates to. Its 
> also a game that can be played till the end of time. Only exit: One 
> party lets go of blaming the other party (as if there would be different 
> parties to begin with but that is another story).
> There is no wrongdoer, there are just human beings or… souls who play 
> the game of human experience.
Thanks for writing all of this, Martin. 

I very much agree, even though I too often fail/miss this myself. "Ever tried.
Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better."

	Holger, with apologies to those I failed to in my life...

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