“I speak to everyone the same way, whether he is the garbage man or the president of the university.” - Albert Einstein
My grandad taught me to treat everyone the same… whether they’re a plumber or the president of the United States.
I want to tell you a story that really resonates with me. It can be so hard to have compassion when you’re in a situation you don’t understand and your first instinct is to JUDGE - whether it’s the situation or a person.
It took me a long time to recognize the difference and choose compassion. Because like you, I’m human. And sometimes, others actions don’t make sense to me.
I still struggle at times, but it’s much easier to lean into love now instead of getting angry or placing judgement. The truth is, we often know nothing about the situation and what the other person may be going through. And this is the perfect time to accept things and people as they are and choose compassion first.
Check out the video and blog for a Chinese Parable that speaks directly to this…
And don’t forget to share this with a friend or loved one. :)
We’re in this together.
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IN THIS VIDEO: compassion, practing non-judgment, developing compassion, becoming a person of compassion, how to develop compassion, tips to live in a state of love
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