– Siddhartha Gautama, a.k.a Lord Buddha, 563 B.C. – 483 B.C., Founder of Buddhism
Replace your ego with curiosity and the whole group will be nourished!
Getting to know another happens freely when you know yourself well, when you accept yourself. Then when another is before you, you can focus your attention on her/him. The listening happens, the sharing happens, the communication evolves. This could form a caring community. This could open up multiple perspectives — like-hearted and big-hearted!
“The best way to encourage another to look at things from your perspective is to look at things from their perspective.” – Vishal Singh