How does speaking others, how others behave, affect you? Suppose you disagree with someone, what will you do? What do you do if you do not agree with someone’s behavior?
The answer is, you respond, that is. It is human nature to protest against something that is unacceptable to us and not belongs to ourselves. However, some of us may not be as we thought. What we think is right may not be right. What It can only be seen through our eyes. Our perception or understanding may differ.
Because most of us do not look at things as neutral. Before we look at anything, we make up our mind about it. Therefore, what our eyes see is right, our mind looks different. We try to interpret and analyze it according to our perception. We may not be in the right place at this time. We may be standing in the wrong place and saying the wrong thing right. We are not clear on how to look at anything. Most of the time we focus on ourselves. By focusing our interests, our knowledge and so on, we focus our attention on anything.
From our ethnicity, region, caste, geography, community to political views, our views are also biased. Looking at anything, analyzing it does not allow us to be impartial. We are more inclined towards our ethnicity, region, caste, geography, community, party etc. That is why we can’t be fair.
We also develop our perception as we see the second person. The manner or the angle at which the person is to be seen is not done. You look according to your perception. So, according to people, our relationships and behaviors will vary.
In fact, we are alone. Everyone is alone. It is not appropriate for us to be prejudiced and prejudiced against anyone. All should have the same attitude, fearless approach. It may be that our behavior is not compatible with some people. There may be a dispute over the transaction. Or we may disagree on some theoretical issues. It is not fair to claim that others are wrong or bad.
Let’s look at everything and determine the distance
Everything in the world has its own point of view. There are certain distances. Looking at the right angles and certain distances, everything is in place. All are beautiful. All is well. All good. However, when our view is distorted, the world starts to look ugly. Must be kept open. Then it looks right.
“In fact, our perception and viewpoint is bad, then everything looks bad.”
If we look at ourselves incorrectly, it is our fault. But, we blame others. We look bad to others. In all of this we never fall into the trap of being one of our own. In fact, our perception and viewpoint is bad, then everything looks bad.
There are seven billion people in the world. Everyone’s interests and opinions are different. Everyone’s behavior is different. Not everyone is the same. So we have to accept this diversity. We should also respect the views, ideas, thoughts and thoughts of others.