Preach what you Practice

I heard this phrase from writer and…name tag wearer (?) Scott Ginsberg (hellomynameisblog.com) and it struck me how wise those words are.

So I’m going to follow that advice right now…and get back to you guys once I get some more practicing done.

So just a question for today/yesterday (since I missed it).

 

Do you Preach what you Practice? Do you Practice what you Preach?

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  1. Hmm, that’s an interesting idea. I would hope that I practice what I preach, but I wouldn’t say that I preach what I practice. I’m a naturally introverted person, so that’s part of it, but not all. I’ve also been preached to, a lot, in my life and I know how unpleasant it can be when you don’t want it. It makes me uncomfortable even when I see someone else being preached at (even if I agree with the argument). I practice some things that are considered controversial (being a vegetarian, practicing co-sleeping and child-led weaning wit my son, marrying interracially, writing smut) and there’s just too much potential for getting preached AT for me to go around trying to spread the word on these things.

    The only exception is that if the subject is relevant and the person seems truly receptive to the idea, or if they ask me about it, then I can really share my motivations and reasonings.

    1. I’m like that too…well, before I got a blog. But you never know if you have the perfect thing to say that someone needs/wants to hear.

  2. I guess it depends on the moment … I don’t go around preaching to people all the time, but if there’s a relevant situation, I have no problem sharing my opinion. 🙂 Whether that’s a good or a bad thing, well …

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