Thursday, October 3, 2013


    Imagine this: You're walking down the street with your spouse, when suddenly you run into someone you haven't seen since high school. You talk to the person for a while and everyone acts friendly enough; but then when the short reunion is over you turn to your spouse and say, "I'm glad that's over, that guy was a real jerk in high school." Has this scenario ever played out in your life? I'm sure it has at one point or another, for we are all guilty of this crime. But the thing to remember is this: when we superimpose an image on someone from the long past and assume that they have not changed, we are actually showing that we are the ones who have not grown in our mentality. We assume that everyone and everything has remained as it was and no one else in the world has grown and matured but ourselves. This very attitude indicates that we are the ones stuck in the past, high on our own egos and confident that we are better than the next person. And isn't this what we are accusing the other person of? So the next time you find yourself flipping through an old yearbook, recalling your glory days or running into someone from your past on the street and thinking they are the same jerk or weird kid they were in childhood... think again. It just might be you who has not changed and needs to rise a little higher in your own consciousness.

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