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She is now stepping down from that role, having interviewed many people, from Henry Kissinger who walked out! For her final interview, she agreed to be interviewed herself. She said this about what she has learned: The humanity of an individual, no matter where they stand on the political spectrum, exists and it shines if you take the trouble to margalids what they think.
Those words are from someone who has spent 17 years listening. Because to be a good interviewer means to be a good listener. Listening is not a skill well developed in modern culture.
We seem to live in a world which is far more interested in shouting never mind just speaking than listening. That politically and socially easy path is disturbingly reminiscent of how many people, even those who profess Christian faith, behave today.
Listening tp Jesus can create disturbance and is not always comfortable. Listening is a vitally important skill for communicating with one another, just as it is for communication with God.
For the inclusiveness that is the hallmark and strength of Anglicanism to prevail, we have to develop our listening skills — both to hear one another, and to be stirred by that still, small voice from within. The humanity of an individual, no matter margalidz they stand, exists and it shines if you take the trouble to ask what they think.
And then listen to them! Meanwhile, that question remains: What are you doing here?
What are you doing here? Are you listening?