Today’s world is bombarded with information from many sources, social, broadcast, print and network media, email, snail mail, and face to face conversations. Each offers a tumultuous collection of information, entertainment and… conflict.
My advice is simple, keep being the Who that you are and practice understanding. Try to grasp why and how others are thinking.
I read a disturbing message from a friend the other day that revealed this in a way I had never considered. My friend was always cheerful and helping, but in her note she shared she was deeply conflicted and hurting. She was seeking help eliminating these negative thoughts, and more importantly knew she must get back on the right path. We chatted and she refocused…
I had no idea…. we don’t know what ill is interrupting other people’s path to peace. My advice is simple, keep being the Who that you are and practice understanding. Try to grasp why and how others are thinking. By doing so, you can better understand and be less judgmental. Be a beacon for others to find their path.This keeps us in Our Center Place… when all around seems in doubt.
Believe in yourself, define your path, and walk it.
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