“Are Your Beliefs and Opinions of Others A Reflection of Yourself?”
- In these intense political times, we need to help heal, not kill one another!
- The purpose of this poetry project is to explore the effects of what you believe about others:
- Question: Is what you mostly believe about others a mirror image of yourself?
When you intentionally believe “bad” things about others,
Hurtful prejudicial opinions, judging the soul of another negatively,
Be aware, your beliefs are a reflected image of what also lingers in your own soul.
How do I know? My life experience is my anecdotal evidence,
Whenever I believe good things about another, my day is joyful,
Whenever I believe bad or evil of another, “unquestioned” prejudice,
My day is filled with dark shadows and joy of life goes away!
Day by day, what you mostly believe about others creates love or hate,
Your beliefs and opinions are concealed in your soul and they affect the quality of your life,
You control the quality of your life by your opinions and what you mostly believe about others!
©2021 by Blooming Bobville the positive response teacher poet for the common good: www/fivestarteacher.com
- Other helpful resources on this blog:
- “A Lot To Live For: A Life In Service To Others”
- Change: Up or Down: Your Choice
- You Must Choose
- Misfortunes Can Be Blessings In DisguiseHelpful resources on the Internet:
- Click the next Internet resource:
- what you hate about others is what you hate about yourself
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*A comment about the nature of humanity by John Amos Comenius:
“We are all citizens of one world, we are all of one Divine “soul” source. To hate others because they were born in another country, because they have the ability to speak a different language or have different views, is great folly. Desist, I implore you, for we are all equally human. Let us have but one end in view, the welfare of other human beings and in addition all other living things!” John Amos Comenius (1592-1607) [considered the father of modern education.]
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