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  1. Layla

    That their actions are really about them and not you. Hurting people hurt people. Healed people help heal people.

    1 year ago
    1. KC

      Thanks Lydia. So helpful and true … ‘hurting people hurt people. Healed people help heal people.’

      1 year ago
    2. Michele

      ‘Healed people help heal people’ – love this:)

      1 year ago
  2. Malag

    That is surely the bridge to empathy and from that comes better communication, compassion, kindness, love, help. Basically what the world needs.

    1 year ago
  3. B
    Brown Rose

    A completely different world view.

    1 year ago
  4. d

    a gentle heart

    1 year ago
  5. mam_gigi

    I was having some issues with a co-worker, whom I felt was putting a lot of extra work and unreasonable expectations on me, then I met her supervisor, and realized that she was being put under a lot of pressure and that her supervisor could be pretty harsh; it made me realize why she was doing what she was doing, and it was not anything personal with me, she was just going through it. That really helped. Sometimes I make everything about me or personal, but in reality, when people seem snappy or upset, it often has to do with their own issues, and it is better to help them overcome than take it personal.

    1 year ago
    1. Barb C

      So true that things are about us a lot less often than our ego is able to recognize. I’m reminded of the advice for living from The Four Agreements: don’t take things personally.

      1 year ago
  6. diane venus

    People are crying out for hope from all walks of life, all over the world.

    1 year ago
  7. MEG

    Without the need to add much more to all the lovely reflections already mentioned by others … not sure if this makes sense but I will give it a go … 🙂 … I wonder if sometimes there is also the need to for us to be understood , to be able to at certain times and situations for us also to better be able to see through the eyes of others. (?) 💕💞

    1 year ago
  8. Hot Sauce

    When I endeavor to see through the eyes of others, it becomes clearer to me that all of us want to be good but fail at times because of our own pain, fears, and insecurities. It helps me be more forgiving when I see that others are acting poorly because they themselves might be wounded in some way.

    1 year ago
  9. Bre

    When I endeavor to see through the eyes of others I understand that all of us have unique challenges and difficulties. I am not alone in my struggles and most certainly will not be to first or last to feel this way. I have learned (and consciously try to practice) kindness and compassion for others. We truly never know what someone else is facing.

    1 year ago
  10. Mica

    What this brings up for me is that I frequently have a critical thought about someone and then realize I could apply the same critical thought to myself.. But sometimes I forget and remember this useful practice only later.

    1 year ago
  11. Linda

    I am helping a new Afghan refugee settle in the US. It is challenging because of Covid, and also because of the numerous roadblocks new immigrants face in trying to get the documentation they need to work, find a place to live, and a myriad of other challenges. At times I feel somewhat discouraged with the process, but she is strong and it is so worth my time to figure all these things out for her. She is facing so many more challenges than I am, and yet she is happy and highly motivated to find her place in the US. It is very inspiring.

    1 year ago
  12. devy

    Empathy, love and compassion which lead to a better understanding of others and the reasons why they think or act a certain way. By doing so better acceptance of others and less self stress.

    1 year ago
  13. Kim

    When I pause and remind myself to endeavor to see through the eyes of others I am reminded that my own perspective and lack of understanding clouds my vision. I can never fully comprehend how others view the world/circumstance…and that reminds me to weave in compassion and curiousity.

    1 year ago
  14. JayJacks

    That it feels good to be heard. So I need to listen, and with true curiosity.

    1 year ago
  15. Journey

    A different perspective. An understanding.

    1 year ago
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