We’ve all had meaning conversations. Sometimes we are the initiator, other times we are the recipient. Either way the encounter is always memorable and often transformative. It’s not the dazzling display of knowledge you remember. It’s how you felt.
Please share your hard-won wisdom with us, but if you are just starting out and have questions we welcome you as well.
If you have questions you can ask them in our Meaningful Conversations forum. Go in and look around. If you like what you see join the forum and the group – the Meaningful Conversations Group and get to know others who may be in a similar situation as yourself.
The following is feedback from people who have had meaningful conversations. This is raw and sometimes touching feedback from people who care, from people who are really out there trying the best they can. They have different ideas, different approaches, but goals are the same: to listen fiercely and to speak respectively to touch the hearts and minds of those with whom they are having meaningful conversations.
Study each case on its own merit. Mull over their advice and adapt their tips, tools, and techniques to your own strengths and weaknesses. Then, pray and meditate over your questions and conclusions. Finally, act. Look for opportunities to have meaningful conversations with family, friends, and strangers alike. It can be very rewarding.