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“We Don’t Always See Things As they Are, We see Things As We Are”

March 2, 2011

We are taught that when we see a fault in another, we are to think of that person as though we were seeing our reflection.  That reflection will not look exactly like us, but if we look close enough and deep enough we can learn more about ourselves and what to improve.  Everything happens for a reason. 

 “Doesn’t this happen to us all the time? We get angry — at a stranger, at a friend, at a loved one — only to later discover that we were never truly angry at them, but at the person we thought they were…”   The Chassidic Masters

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