Chapters in Our Lives

We all have good and bad days so give people more time to learn more about the rest of someone you do not know about. Everyone behaves different in different situations and it takes time to see how people handle things they have to deal with over their life. Everyone will have their turn to deal with having loved ones pass, jobs changing , loss of health, ups and downs, and all different sort of things, because we are always in a state of change. We never know where people are at in their life journey, so always be respectful to not add to their pain they are in at this time in their life.

We have many chapters in our lives and each person in this world have a view, if you only hearing one side of it then that’s a problem, respecting who you communicate with is half the understanding. Sometime people remember us the way we were with them and we remember them the way they were with us, and sometimes we simply don’t know what the chapter was and that’s why we or they can’t understand. Some will have opened your book at the beginning and read through to the end, others pick up your book when the pages are well thumbed.

    • Dara Reidyr
    • February 24th, 2016

    This is hugely wise insight. Reminds me of similar sayings by the poet Rainer Maria Rilke. Great post.

  1. it would have been nice if more and more people have a vision and insight like this…we would be on a most beautiful planet…Best wishes… keep writing

  2. Absolutely well conveyed ! Agree to every word say.
    They are phenomenal with a lot of depth and insight.

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