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ESAT’s Three Weeks Journalistic Journey to Eritrea

Give your opponents a chance to talk. Let them finish. Do not resist, defend or debate. This only raises barriers. Try to build bridges of understanding. Do not build higher barriers of misunderstanding” – Dale Carnegie

Who wants to remain captives of lamentation for what went wrong in the past and victims of the fear that has characterized the wrongs throughout our political history? Of course, the challenges we are left with due to serious mistakes in the past requires new, genuine and realistic collective approach.

By T. Goshu,

I WANTED to begin my comment with this worthwhile quoting to underscore how listening to any point of view be it agreeable or disagreeable is critically important in any conversation we may have leave alone the serious issues of the relationship between Ethiopia and Eritrea.

Let the meaning of this quotation in this context be clear that careful and sensible listening is a very important element if we want to engage ourselves in constructive and forward-looking conversation, not to mean do not debate or defend your ideas.  Continue reading ESAT’s Three Weeks Journalistic Journey to Eritrea