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The Educated Have A Greater Responsibility With Words

I believe I am educated and entirely at fault on several occasions, especially in my writings where I have touched on a nerve at times with an abominable choice of words. So have thousands of others who are in fact scholars. Yet it is a case of diminishing errors the more we become cognizant of the fact that education thrusts upon us a responsibility towards guarding against the miscomprehension or angst of the illiterate. It is no less than that of a parent to the decent upbringing of their child. It is not just a responsibility. It is a moral duty. Continue reading

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