Responding to a post requires more time, effort, and appreciation than clapping.
Oghenovo Obrimah, PhD
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Responding to a post requires more time, effort, and appreciation than clapping.
no. responding to a post requires truth. no matter how many time and effort and appreciation you spend, your response is useless if it’s not true.

The advice is not original to you else I would not agree.
why wouldn’t you agree if it’s originally mine? why should you care about the origin of the advice instead of whether the advice is true or not?

Kudos for saying it. And kudos to me for being man enough to give you credit.
you said, “the advice is not original to you else I would not agree.” then what credit did you give me actually? is giving someone credit make you man enough? shouldn’t you give credit where credit’s due?

The problem I was alluding to is not knowledge of the advice, but in spite of themselves, if people date and pick early in life they just might not in spite of their best intentions know enough to make the most of the advice.
yes, but that’s the problem I AM alluding to. if knowing what is good and bad can’t change the behavior of those people you mentioned, then how can we educate them? if we can give them advice in law and life, then why can’t we give them advice in love? or is this the only advice they can’t take? do all people date and pick early in life? apparently not. and what did their parents do to them other than giving them advice?

If you think you are on to something, I suggest you come up with a plan for spreading it — blogs, a book whatever.
I’m spreading it here in Medium, in case you haven’t noticed it.

and I don’t need your clap nor your help in spreading it.

but thanks for a chance to argue. I like it.

:)