Whether it’s to the waiter who accidentally messed up... - Deepstash

Whether it’s to the waiter who accidentally messed up your order or to your passive aggressive relative, a kind word can turn away anger for both parties.

Don’t assume the worst of others or their ill-intent towards you. More on “minding the gap” here.

Be generous, especially towards people who could never repay you.

Often when we know more about a person, we can offer more grace and compassion.

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