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My guest today is a wonderful lady with bright eyes and a beautiful smile…oh and crazy gorgeous big hair. I asked Rosemond to write a few thoughts on compassion for me this month and her words are a testament of how naturally kind her heart is.
We hear the phrase fairly often in movies or on T.V., “Don’t you dare pity me!” I really have to think before I act with compassion because I fear making someone feel pitied.
Many years ago a woman, in a motorized cart at a grocery store, was having a hard time standing up to reach some cereal. I had just turned down the aisle as she was bracing herself to reach for the box that was still going to be 6 inches from her reach at best. I parked my cart next to her and walked over to grab the box for her.
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True wisdom always sees both sides of things
me alter ego will stand in for me
when I am sometimes unavailable
or incompetent to handle me circumstances
I assume another more appropriate persona
life is too large and imposing a task
and I often think someone is watching me
true wisdom tells me to trust
and always to remain carefully silent