The Tongue

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May 17, 2010 17:59
A Schliemann who looking for his job in Japan came to my place yesterday.
He was quite genuine, passionate, and good person.
According to his self-introduction, he used to be a teacher.
I listened him set forth me about the problem of his country and its politicians by unconventional Japanese for four hours.

I am usually thinking to be a good listener.
However, because of my unripeness mentality, his fervent and little didactic speech could not come up to my heart.

I could get three precious instructions from this case.
1. I should keep on making more efforts to be a good listener.
2. When I speak something, I must pay attention to a listener and the interest of them.
3. I should generate constructive languages rather than idle complaints and ironies from my tongue.