Thank goodness they're not that smart. I think they're already a lot "smarter" than I am often comfortable with - but that is another conversation.
How often do we look at a label of some sort and think we know all we need to know about a person or a situation? How often do we act on what we think we know, when we may know nothing at all? There are probably times it doesn't matter much, like in a case like this. But there are other times it may have far-reaching and high impact implications.
More and more every day I am finding myself assessing the world in which I live. It is not so much the things and people in it, as much as my role and perspective in it. Where do I stand on things? Am I reacting to another? Am I judging another? How do my assessments of others and other things affect me and the life I live? Every time I am on the receiving end of something that someone says or does it makes me reflect on what I say and do. Is what is happening something I would want another to be on the receiving end of?
I can't tell you how many times I have reconsidered what I was about to say or do, given the perspective I now have. I may have some incredible insight into what I think another is saying or doing - but odds are - unless they ask for it, they probably don't give a damn what I think. And, as far as I am concerned - they shouldn't.
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