Looking for Compromise

It is easy to find cause to go against someone that you don’t agree with or a person that has stirred up emotions you are uncomfortable with facing. We tend to follow the road of division and seek to come out the winner even though both parties have already been harmed. There is a tendency to want revenge for any loss you believe you suffered or for having to see your inner self revealed in public. Our beliefs don’t always equate to the truth, and our words have now placed us in an open fire environment that gives us insecurity. We can immediately free ourselves by listening to all sides and allowing our tongue to speak in harmony as we state our wrongs. If we begin to recognize, we can formulate partnerships by looking for ways to come together, and then we can engage in conversations that are slow to spark a flame but quick to distinguish conflicts that arise.

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