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Yes, don't argue.... but rather shift the conversation. You can always elevate the conversation by shifting frequencies. It is that you never react to what the other person is saying but rather shift the frequency of the conversation. Example:

Other person: "Black people are lazy."

You: "I just bless everyone that they may live in their own excellence."

In order to do this effectively, your neutral mind must work so that you don't get "caught" in the polarities of argument and can calmly shift the conversation.