Dialogue is a backbone of human relations world over. Whenever authentic dialogue is compromised and substituted with imposition or coercion, lasting peace in such a case is a mirage. This book discusses the values of dialogue in secular and religious organizations, between individuals and groups of people in this world. Dialogic communication can be a challenge to both leaders and followers. The author, a religious nun and a communication professional, shares the intrigues of dialogue with you. This book outlines the components of genuine dialogue based on Martin Buber's philosophy of Dialogic ethic of I-THOU as opposed to I-IT. Dialogue is involving the other, though you may not agree with his/her views. The author is convinced that if you and I embraced authentic dialogue despite its challenges, the world would be a better place to live in. According to the author, dialogue is often times assumed and is mistaken for what it is not. You and I need each other, so we have to learn to dialogue. This book offers you the necessary tips on how to live peacefully with each other through the art of dialogue. Dialogue is treating the other as you would wish to be treated.Let's dialogue.