The seeds of unkind words and actions sprout in the soil rich with fear, selfishness, greed, and ignorance. Such seeds, when they get lodged in a vulnerable mind, give birth to saplings of hurt. These saplings are initially weak.
Your ability to reframe the situation — to focus on what went right within what went wrong, find meaning, and accept the situation for what it was — can prevent these saplings from taking root, flowering and seeding. I wish I were that wise. Click here to read more…
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