Are you always right? Are you sure?
Stitch Your own Silver Linings – a breakthrough guide to happiness: no matter what. Christine L Conroy
The Cookie Thief read by Wayne Dyer
The cookie thief. Dedicated to mum
How many times do we say or do something knowing that we are absolutely, totally, one hundred percent right? Only to find out later that we were wrong. How my times do we judge people for something they did or said only to find out later that we judged too quickly? is it possible to stop judging people? Or is it something we just do as human beings. It is easy to say don’t judge but more difficult to do. It takes a paradigm shift. What we can do is catch ourselves. Maybe don’t judge too quickly. Maybe give people the benefit of the doubt until we really are sure of the facts. The cookie thief poem by Valerie cox reminds us not to judge people. In this video I dedicated the poem to Betty – my mum. I hope you enjoy it.
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