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Learning to be quiet

Learning to be quiet

In life, we often point out the mistakes of others but fail to recognize our own weaknesses. Learning to be quiet can help us avoid this trap.

By becoming quiet and reflecting on our own actions, we can gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and our behaviors. Being quiet also allows us to be more present in the moment, rather than constantly distracted by our thoughts. We can become better listeners and open ourselves up to learning from others. In a world where everyone wants to be heard, sometimes it is more important to listen.


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