Well, maybe a few truths exist … but our truths are often far less true than we believe them to be.
THE FIRST LESSON: TRUTH IS RARE, PERCEPTION IS PREVALENT …
Much of what we assume is true is really our personal perception of what we are dealing with, based on our unique blend of background, experience, culture, attitudes, ideals, and beliefs. No two people look at or experience something in the same way.
For example: Never assume that because you experienced and overcame poverty at one point in your life that you fully understand what experiencing poverty is for another and that what worked for you will work for them. Continue reading