For those friends who know me well, not only do they know that I wear my feelings on my sleeve, but also that I’m not one to stir the pot. I strive for harmony and sometimes that means keeping my mouth shut. I’ve also been known to avoid heated debates by leaving a room, heading upstairs, singing hymns and slamming doors. It happened 4 years ago and I still hear about it.
Harmony, as defined by Gallop’s Strengths Finder are “People especially talented in the Harmony theme look for consensus. They don’t enjoy conflict; rather, they seek areas of agreement.”
That’s me to a T.
What’s interesting is that with the events of this week’s Chick-fil-a situation, I’ve not been avoiding those conversations. Now, I’m still not up for a heated debate, but I’ve let my opinion be stated. And with that I leave you with this…my thoughts on the artist still tend to be up in the air, but the point that is made is right on.
Love is a verb. And many of the actions made this week have not been quite loving.