Walk in their shoes….

otherpersonsshoesIt’s not enough to say “you need to walk in their shoes”. Often the shoe doesn’t fit right; it’s too big, too small and quite possibly, not the right style. So, you end up not walking around in their shoes at all. Judgement keeps you still plus there is more to it than simply walking through their life as they do. We need to feel with their heart, see with their eyes and think with their brain, a brain, and body, with memories of past stories lived, stories that broke their body down, stories that built their body up, stories they themselves are not aware of because they have seeded themselves so deeply that these stories remain unseen. Only then would we have a vague idea of what it may be like to be “someone else”.


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