Published: Monday, March 5 2012 1:00 p.m. MST
Thank-you for last weeks and this week's article Mr. Kratz; for last week's
you should be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize (take October off in case you
need to fly to Sweden). Last week's was about how to show respect to others
(when they hate us) in the work place, today's on how to show the same respect
to ourselves (when we feel clumsy and dumb.) I consider your words
scripture (since the sriptures are silent on office politics) unless we
consider these words to the faithful in the New Testament "Ye shall be hated
by all men" -- words probably just for me as it relates to the jobs I've
had. And Phillippians 3: 2,3 come to mind as well, "beware of evil
workers;...for we (who) worship God......have no confidence in the flesh."
When to argue and defend ourselves and when to just keep quiet (which makes some
people even more mad) ???
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