February 24, 2012 11:52pm CST
Making a sensible thoughts is making a careful statement. Before you share your thoughts, think first. Be sure you will not offend anyone on what you say. Don't just speak what comes on your mind on a bit of a second. Try to examine it before you share it. By sharing more sensible thoughts to others, you too will be considered as a sensible person. Being descriptive is not the only way to become sensible, being direct to the point is also good but be sure you can defend yourself on the answers of others to your statements. :)
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28 Feb 12
Hi erjnsimon. I just wrote a very long response to you and it went into cyber space somewhere. I don't know what the deal is but I got a note that said I need to only use standard numbers, punctuation and letters but my response disappears so I can't look and see what they are talking about. I was saying 'oh my gosh, yes'. I am keeping my 2 year old grandson somedays during the week, and he is my light. After going through alot of grief from losing friends, fiance and family members in the past very few years, he is what keeps me from feeling so down and depressed. He is where all my laughs come from. It is wonderful watching a child. They are just so adorable and funny. I know all the cartoon songs and characters now. He is 2 now, so he tells us now when he wants the channel changed to a different cartoon. He loves tractors, trains, and dump trucks and when he gets to see a 18 wheeler or a train going down the tracks, he is just amazed! I love him so much! I know you are enjoying your little niece. I hope you get to see her often.
25 Feb 12
I do not think any person will respond to any discussion without thinking about what to write. In most cases people tend to respond according to the tone and mood of the discussion. It is hard to remain so sensible if the discussion itself is very provoking and insensible in nature. It is a two way situation.
25 Feb 12
In terms of making a sensitive statement, one has to evaluate the situation at hand, trying to assess the person you're talking with. Being tactful, sincere and a little bit of sense of humor would surely be beneficial, but I think being able to listen wholeheartedly and understand would give you time to think before you speak.