Figuratively OR literally. A comfortable middle-ground (remember that phrase, it’s a good one).
I’m not gonna walk on eggshells,
but I’m not gonna shove it down your throat.
I’m not gonna shove it down your throat,
but I’m not gonna walk on eggshells.
And I know that Kanye West is not the best person on the planet, but don’t overlook his stellar talent with words and what he has to say on this subject:
“I ain’t here to convert atheists to believers, I’m just trying to say the way school need teachers, the way that Kathy Lee needs Regis, that’s the way I need Jesus.”
Yes, I, a total and complete WASP, just quoted some Kanye. What can I say?
Oh, plus he and I have the same initials. 🙂
And to bookend with a key phrase in my title, allow me to borrow a phrase from Natasha Bedingfield (who else?):
Won’t walk on eggshells so you don’t hear the “crazy” (?) things I’m saying…
How do YOU talk about your faith/conviction/opinions/religion in a way that is “bold, but not overbear[ing]”?