posted on Jul, 3 2015 @ 11:25 AM
Conversing with anyone is like navigating blind through a trap-filled maze.
Some avenues lead towards dead ends, some head unto danger. And others still end in treasures unforeseen.
We all have those moments in discussion when we say something and see the eyes of the other person light up--those times when we stumble across a
subject about which they're dying to speak. It's at these times that conversations come alive, and the most interesting engagements occur.
Everyone has subjects about which they feel passionately, topics about which they have an infinite amount to say. These hot-button items are borne of
interests long-held and vast wisdom accrued. But so rarely do they arise in ordinary conversations.
Oftentimes, instead of discussing what intrigues us the most, people waste our days talking about the weather, the news, sports, and other "safe"
conversational fodder. It's at times like these that we howl inside, mentally begging for someone to engage us over something we really care about
Let's change that right now:
Instead of sitting back and waiting for someone to discuss your favorite interests, you discuss your interests with us.
What do you wish someone would talk to you about? What would you like them to ask?
And how would you respond?
edit on 3-7-2015 by Trachel because: (no reason given)