Mindfulness Of People. - Deepstash

Mindfulness Of People.

Be mindful that not everyone is the same and everyone has had their different experiences and journeys. When thinking about something someone has said just think about why they might have that opinion instead of trying to think they are ignorant or stupid just think to yourself “why might this person think this way, “what might have happened to this person for them to think this way”?

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