Civil Dialogue on Plane

On the plane to New York a family of multiple children are making their way across the USA, infant to teen. In front of me I saw civility. One of the kids, probably 11 years of age starts to rapidly hit the seat in front of which was occupy by a woman probably in her 20’s. The child’s actions are obviously impacting the woman’s comfort. She rises above the sears headrest, turns to the child, shakes her head a mouths the word no. This was raw, this was real. The woman had right to the comforts of her chair and child was obliged to stop. No further interaction between the two for the remainder of the flight. The unspoken civil way of asserting your right without having to experience provocation from the child. The child was civil and stopped. 1/26/20 CIVILITY

Published by KendraRuthAgree

Finding the Golden Rule in action everywhere I go! It’s like time stops and I get to watch amazing scenes play out in front of me. Scenes that embody Kindness, Empathy, Respect, and Civility. Arizona is a Golden Rule State and I’m what you might call a Golden Rule prospector.

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