“It’s Good To Be Understood”


Developing a meaningful friendship is, knowing when to recognize that true relationships are built upon life’s lessons.   A friend is someone who knows you and understands when you are misunderstood. Some people by nature are complex and find it difficult to be understood.

When building friendships, we should approach the relationship with an open mind. If there is miscommunication in a relationship, there will be stumbling blocks.   To be understood, focus on the dignity and goodwill of the person.

If you keep an open mind, an open heart, this will give people a chance to see you for who you are rather than the image created by misunderstanding.  Remember, live your life without regrets and you will be understood.

Post By Len Thicklin


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