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I believe that life happens for a reason. I believe that we are given a mind to use....to create and to give our opinions, whether they are warranted or wanted. We live in a land of the free and in a land that allows free speech. It is up to us to use that freedom wisely and tactfully. So many abuse the privileges that they are given. But those who judge others opinions for reasons that they do not agree or believe in themselves, are also being abusive.....be kind when needed but be honest at all times. We do not all have to look alike, think alike or act alike, if you choose to carry your appearance and grow your outward vanity in a way that makes others turn their head for good or bad, and then preaches that you don't like attention, you are the definitive of a hypocrite, be wise to those who form opinions, and be smart when looking in the mirror.....growing your vanity to such lengths that even an introvert wonders why you want to wear a broom for your appearance, should be ones' first red flag......if you are going to such lengths to show it, even when it doesn't look good, don't be critical when those judge you....opinions are only human nature and without them, even the light bulb wouldn't have been invented...may your light bulb turn on...so you can see what others see...don't be offended when you are judged for something you say you don't do....that there is a testament that you, yourself are just as judgmental..... brooms are for sweeping, and your opinions on boasting that you don't judge....need to be swept away....every one judges....including those who say they don't.....
Thanks for sharing the article, and more importantly, your personal experience of mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. Appreciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can to
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