An apple for you...
A little girl was sitting, looking at two shiny apples she was holding in her hands.
Her mother came by, noticed and softly asked her daughter with a smile..
"Sweetie, could you give your mom one of your apples?"
The little girl looked up at her mom for a moment, then suddenly took a quick bite on one
of the apples, and then on the other. The mother felt the smile on her face freeze
and she tried hard not to reveal her disappointment.
As she stood debating internally what to say next,
the little girl handed one of the bitten apples to her mom, and said,
"Mommy, here you are - This is the sweeter one."
No matter who you are, how experienced you are,
and how knowledgeable you think you are,
always delay judgment.
Give others the privilege to explain themselves.
What you see may not be the reality.
Never conclude for others.
This is your 1st NLP Lesson -
The Map is not the territory ...
it makes for a much happier life!
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12/28/2019 09:32:45 pm
I love the message that I got form the two poems that you wrote. It had something to do with people being so judgmental. Yes, people tend to act this way without any valid reason. We need to remember that not all things that we see represent a certain reality. That is the reason why giving the benefit of the doubt can make a lot of changes. We need to accept the fact that not everything we see is real and everything can also have its explanation. Let us stop with our prejudice and give a chance to those who deserve it.
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Your Mind Coach :-)