Tag Archives: Empathy

Is that a reliable source?

I don’t take anyone’s Word for it anymore. And why should I? Why should you? In an uneven, out of balance world filled to the brim with liars and false prophets, people out to make a buck while climbing the … Continue reading

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I put on their Shoes and found Understanding

There’s an old saying about walking a mile in their shoes before you judge someone. It would be awesome-great if people actually had to do this, but they don’t and most of them don’t have what it takes in their … Continue reading

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you can come, but your spouse isn’t invited

The first time I ever heard of this was in reference to a married couple I knew well. A group that they socialized with told them that the husband could still be a part of the group, but the wife wasn’t invited anymore. … Continue reading

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Let them eat Cake!

Let them eat cake! This was the alleged response Marie Antoinette gave when told the French peasants were revolting because they had no bread to eat and were starving to death. In other words, let them do whatever they like, … Continue reading

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disposable

In many respects, the world has become more cruel and thoughtless as years have gone by. As much as some of us pray for compassion, empathy and understanding, there is that growing segment of population with a mercenary view of … Continue reading

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What is Empathy?

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