Saturday, November 22, 2003
The reflection you see
Be the value you wish to have. Be the positive difference you’d like to see in the world.
When you’re tempted to complain, think of a way to re-frame that complaint into a positive suggestion, proposal or offer. When you want others to understand your own concerns, put your efforts into better understanding the concerns and perspectives they have.
What are the qualities and values you would most like to see in the people around you? Develop and project those qualities in your own affairs, and live those values yourself.
Be slow to take offense and quick to offer encouragement. Find pleasure not in the misery of others, but rather in making a positive, meaningful difference for those around you.
For your world is a mirror. The reflection you see depends on the person you are.
Ralph MarstonBeing of service One of a kind
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