See What’s There

Or we see what we want to see.

We justify.  We rationalize.  We tell ourselves what we want to hear.

And we stray off course.  

We do what we need to make ourselves feel better.  We cling to reasons that reaffirm our belief.

But should we prioritize making ourselves feel better?

What if instead, we focus on seeing what’s really there.  Regardless of how it fits with our world view.

It turns out, this is the start to making an impact.

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