Killing People is Too Superficial

I’m currently reading The Surprising Purpose of Anger – Beyond Anger Management: Finding the Gift by Marshal Rosenberg, Ph.D, also the author of the fantastic Nonviolent Communication, which may be the single best relationship book I’ve ever read (and I’ve read a few!)  I’m not going to expound upon this now, but upon reading the heading “Killing People is Too Superficial”, it immediately reminded me of one of my own observations about killing people, which is that, more than any other reason, we usually kill people because killing them is convenient. 

More later.

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