First Nugget was appreciated a lot. This initiative acts as a reminder. Lessons we learned in the past are still valid. But we tend to forget due to the daily distractions.
In case you didn’t catch the first Nugget, you can always read here – Nugget 1
Today’s Nugget: The world is not black and White. But GREY!
From childhood days, we are always taught what is right and wrong. This sense of judgment is based on what our parents/teachers/elders were taught by their elders. This sense is deeply engraved in our minds through teachings and education system. We use this to make all kinds of decisions in life. As we grow old, we develop our own sense of judgment, and realize that one cannot decide to an extreme. For example, you had a fight with a neighbor, and you vowed to never speak to her. During an emergency, as a human being, she lends her hand for help. In this case, you cannot definitely say that the person is bad.
If your experience in an incident has been bad, you cannot term it “bad” forever. One has to look with different perspectives. Even after your evaluation, you shouldn’t reach to a conclusion immediately. The conclusion is THE END. If you have already decided, then you are not open for a dialogue/negotiation.
When it comes to people, you must remember that there is nothing black or white. Everyone has their own perspective. To get a better view, one should think herself in other person’s shoes. This will help you to stay away from taking biased decisions. This would also improve your communication skills and have a better relationship with people around.
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