Shared Vision or Shared Cliches? LO27008

Date: 07/16/01

Replying to LO26995 --

Leo Minnigh wrote:

 "in the long run the character, the personality is for me
more important for a strong relationship. The pimple on the nose does not
matter any more."

When some weeks ago I wrote about a view of certain people as having talent without character -- a tag I placed originally upon certain professional sportsmen who, despite their demonstrated physical prowess, made me angry because of how they interacted with other human beings -- I certainly made assumptions about this character thing as a characteristic many of us accept as positive, beneficial and constructive.

I think our comments to date support that. I thank you all, again, for displaying ingenuity of thought in parsing ideas, and dispersing new seeds of knowledge.

Best regards,

Barry Mallis
The Organizational Trainer
Keene, NH 03431 USA


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