(Proverbs 25:9 KJV) Debate thy cause with thy neighbour himself; and discover not a secret to another:
We tend to honor transparency too much. We have a lot of psychological jargon we throw around about being “open” and “genuine.” In education we talk about “authentic assessment.” Most of it is meaningless babble designed to touch your feelings and manipulate you. Here we are reminded that many of the things we make public are best kept private.
You have a disagreement? Fine. “Argue” (7378) your “case” (7379). Notice that the Hebrew words are alphabetically next to each other. It is like saying, “Contend your contention.” We will have disagreements. We need to be honest. We don’t need to be loud.
So? Share them with the person involved, not the world.