This quote, by beloved author C. S. Lewis, begs the question; “who have I, who have you, helped today?” Have we assisted or hindered each person we’ve been in contact/connected with as they seek to discover, follow their path?
We often have such a low view of ourselves and each other. We see one another as tasks to be dealt with or obstacles to deal with so we can complete our tasks. What if we truly believed; “there are no ordinary people, that we have never talked to a mere mortal?” Would this realization, paradigm shift, change our interactions with folks we’ve known forever, those with whom we’ve shared only a moment?
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