Learning to listen

Good listening is a matter of becoming empty before people so as to sense when to speak, when not to, and how.  There is a feeling that comes when our words are connecting with others.

Mike Mason in Practising the Presence of People.

It makes you think, doesn’t it…how many times we really listen to the other and how many times we only appear to listen?

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