What we want, or they?

The messages for the generations we came up with in the course were largely one dimensional: they did not present a dilemma, two choices of equal power. Ought they? Should there be something that teases the reader/hearer to go either way? Should there be a question, a message, that does not presuppose a specific answer, where “Yes” and “No” move equally well toward a right direction? Do we want them to do what we want, or what they want? What do we want them to want, and how would we want them to choose?

:- Doug.

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