It’s become the accepted way to end an opinion-laced diatribe.
And it’s lazy.
If our views and opinions indeed have value, then we must stand by them, not undercut them with ignorant qualifying expressions. If we truly do care about the people we are speaking with, they deserve our best words, our true thoughts, and will appreciate honesty.
In a world of TLDR (too long, didn’t read), we are well on the path to TLTU (too lazy to understand).
When “mic drops” end our paragraphs, maybe we’ve talked too much and heard far too little.
The world needs to hear from you.
And those you serve demand your most courageous of thoughts.
And fearless action.