My Musing – Our words come not just from our tongue. They come from our pen and keyboard as well. “The pen [tongue, keyboard] is mightier [deadlier] than the sword.” (Edward Bulwer-Lytton, from his play “Richelieu,” 1839). Indeed. Words carefully turned can prevent a war. Carelessly or sinisterly used they can launch armies into battle. They can soothe a broken heart or shatter one that was otherwise whole. From the same tongue [pen, keyboard] come fostered friendships or fomenting enmity. As James aptly put it, “my brothers, this should not be.“
My Advice – We are all entitled to our opinions and points of view. How we express them (say, pen or type) is entirely up to us. But we should think about what we need to say (often what we need to say is quite different from what we want to say) and how we say it (the best intentions can go awfully wrong with hastily chosen words). T-H-I-N-K before you speak or write.