“You may be Right!”
We often believe in things we have not witnessed with our own eyes, felt in our hearts or heard it straight from the source that ‘actually’ said it.
We have heard rumors and stories, and we make assumptions based on another’s perception of what they saw, heard or believe to be truth.
What happens when we let others shape our judgment with their perspective without actually forming our own opinions?
We hand ourselves over to another’s way of perceiving life and begin doubting ourselves, even if our heart-mind is telling us something different. It is crazy how much we allow the things we hear to become the truth.
The next time you hear something, just listen and say, “You may be right.” End of story.
Until you feel it, see it, and form your opinion, it is just hearsay, gossip, rumors or a bad connection. Hang-up and make the call yourself.
Mantra: I am present to the power of my heart-mind.’