Seeing Yourself Reflected in Another
Sometimes we see others in a moment of weakness or imperfection, but instead of recognizing how that person is actually a mirror, showing us parts of our own weaknesses and imperfections, we tend to judge them and do things like gossip about them.
What are we missing when we allow this separation? Are we being the example of how we would like others to regard us when we sometimes stumble or have a moment of weakness that does not reflect our actual potential, and would we like others to do this to us?
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This interview is part of a series. It is not necessary to have any previous parts to benefit from this recording, but it may make reference to and draw upon previous interviews in this series.