Few of us are taught how to provide effective feedback when we’re dealing with an artistic creation. In my classes, I do not allow the use of “good” or “bad” in a critique because nobody has any real, shared, sense of what those value judgments mean in the scheme of the overall community.
by Maria L. Trigos S. Gilbert
Honesty is not an art, but with time it has become like gold, hard to find it as if such nice quality hides in a cave. Yet most of us would prefer to take the time to meet an honest person; therefore, let us give honesty its denotative meaning, in order to get the right idea and not just the thought of it. By giving honesty its real definition, we are going to face believes vs. reasoning, and this my dear reader is one of the problems because what we believe in is not necessarily the truth or the correct thing to do, to take, or to give. I hope that we are all on the right track.