The inate want to argue has probably progressed humanity more than anything else. People disagree, discover, disagree, and discover time and time again. I have really grown to respect argument and I find myself actively trying to engage in arguments of any sort. This is because I want to learn. Argument, what a beautiful form of interation! Being immersed in thought, sending and recieving, using logic and tolerance to step into the shoes of the counter argument, you feel so much. You absorb so much, you learn so much, but most of all you learn about You. I will admit, although I understand my love for self-discovery through argument, there is a distraction. Though, it is small, it is there - the desire to win. I absolutely love cometition, but often have to remind myself that it has no place in argument. When both argue in the interest of learning, both parties win, but if even only one argues with the intention to win, the argument will be spoiled for both parties. I just felt it important to remind myself this, and while I was reminding myself, I felt it was important to share it. To remind everyone while where here in the first place. *I hope that you take a second to reflect and ask why you argue. Reflect now and reflect often, most importantly, reflect while you argue.* I know I must do this often, and if I do this I know I will become a better person.