Monday, July 14, 2008


We all make comparisons. They are often our shortcuts to figure things out and they can be very helpful. But they can also lead us to misunderstandings and selling things short. Often comparisons reflect unwanted programs that creating inaccurate assesments for us in the present. How many times have we misjudged people or events because we insisted on comparing them to a memory they played no part in? Too many times. So be aware when you're making a comparison that your reference point isn't an unwanted one.

Peace of I,


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