There are so many things that I was told at a very young age, yet I am finding I wasn’t fully “taught” how to do these things, rather, I was simply told about them over and over again.
This is proof that knowing something doesn’t translate into knowing how to do that something.
It doesn’t translate into understanding it. It doesn’t mean it becomes a part of our character. It’s just some stuff that we think we know and that’s that. (Yah right…I got this)
Here are just a few of mine…
- Don’t wear white after labor day (which I did, all the time, ’cause I’m a rebel like that).
- Take care of your skin and don’t lay out in the sun (this one went right out the window, along with the sunblock and was replaced with lemon juice and oil, hot diggety dawg).
- Seek first to understand others…
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