"Honest disagreement is often a good sign of progress." – Mahatma Gandhi

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« Honest disagreement is often a good sign of progress. » – Mahatma Gandhi

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  1. Nicola

    I Want 2 No What The Quote means

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  2. Donna

    All relationships, whether good or bad, are built on communication. Disagreements often shut down communication. Without communication, the relationship ends, and there is no progress. Deliberate dishonesty, and a refusal to put aside pride, and accept what is right and true is destructive to good relationships. Have you ever known a person that could not admit they were wrong, and it caused a setback in your relationship with them? That is what I would call a dishonest disagreement. Setbacks also prevent progress. Honesty is an important step toward progress, especially in relationships. Honest people can disagree, and hold on to what they know is true. They also have the ability to recognize when they are wrong and accept what is right and true. This ability is the key to good relationships. Here are 2 important Questions: Do you know a person who has the ability to admit they're wrong and learn from it, and become a better person? Are you a person who has the ability to admit you're wrong and learn from it, and become a better person? If your answer is yes to these 2 questions, then you know what it means to have an honest disagreement.

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  3. Donna

    Nicola, this is what I believe the quote means.

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