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In approaching the end to a new month in a new year I have one more topic I want to talk about. Drama. It is everywhere, and practiced by many family, friends, and acquaintances. It is so easy to become engaged in pointless drama. Genuinely polite people don’t waste their time or energy listening to drama. They are wise. They are mature enough to know that not only is the drama pointless (no matter the form), but that it is also very likely harmful to someone. While some less conscientious people see drama and think “I can be a part of something,” the wise and polite person sees drama and thinks “I want no part of it.” Dismissing drama needn’t be abrasive or uncomfortable. When the local drama queen (or king because there a plenty of drama kings too) comes your way with a juicy tidbit, simply acknowledge with an “I see” and change the subject. No harm, no foul. Drama is a great subject to study in school. But, just like on the stage or movie screen, there is an end, and it gets left on the stage. Create a drama-free life. Become a drama free queen or king. You truly have the power to do it and your new year will be filled with more peace and less useless drama

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