We Met Dysfunction and It Was Us

There will always be those relationships we need to walk away from.  But, it is often too easy to label everyone we don’t get along with as the problem.

The people who make a difference in the world are careful to address the difficulty and dysfunction that comes from their own side of the equation.

To make sure this happens, we must:

  • Practice daily contemplation that serves to distance us from our ego
  • Read and get input from outside our own circles
  • Seek feedback from someone who will not enable us

wisdom

Or we can go to our grave small, protecting our own point of view.

2 thoughts on “We Met Dysfunction and It Was Us

  1. Pam, your perception amazes us (Leslie and me). Thank you again for writing down your thoughts for us to read!

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