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Marblehead, August 21, 2010 in General Discussion
I agree. Sometimes it is a great benefit to "step outside oneself" and look at things from the the direction of the observer. Which might eliminate what we were going to do though observation of our actions.
I find it humorous, but others not so much. Maybe because I communicate things differently than others would.
Yes, it is impossible to walk in another person's shoes but we can at least try to view things from a totally non-biased point of view. (Sometimes I am successful at doing this.)
Peace & Love!