[Elfsea] RE: What makes life good in Elfsea

Crandall crandall at elfsea.net
Wed Jan 21 19:32:34 PST 2004

Some of these issues are private. Often times private feuds can erupt into family shaking events. 
And can cause a Barony to start to dig trenches for the battle. Even if just to duck. 

And this public forum can be used to send messages that concern several people without naming names, or incidents. 
We need to start to take better care of how and what we say to each other, and what we repeat. We need to try to see the ulterior motives of those who talk without considering the respect all of us deserve. And those who would tear apart this family and game that we play for their own personal agendas should be stopped. 


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Mark Davis <the5 at yahoo.com>
Reply-To: Barony of Elfsea <elfsea at ansteorra.org>
Date:  Wed, 21 Jan 2004 19:09:38 -0800 (PST)

>      It's a problem in every group I have ever
>joined.  You are right: talking with those you have
>issues with is the best course of action.  
>      However, how many of these issues are private
>      I'm assuming that because you brought it up in a
>public forum that you feel they are going to affect
>the barony as a whole.  What can be done about them if
>they are? 
>Ld. Einarr Thorbjarnarson
>Dragonsfire Tor lurker.  

Non Sum Qualie Eram

Beware of entrance to a quarrel,
But being in, bear it that the opposed
May beware of thee......

When you face a liar, look not first at the lie itself, but try hard to learn more of the liar and reason out just why he tells such a falsehood before you render judgement upon him. And if you find that liar is motivated by malice and spite, then render that judgement which causes his doom. 

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