Learning to Understand
HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU FOUND yourself saying that you just don’t get it when they don’t get it? Or asking yourself why it is that you see the solution so clearly when they don’t have a clue? Why, when the need to change is so obvious even a child would get it, do they remain ignorant?
When we find ourselves in the position of being amazed that they don’t get it, we automatically spring to action and assume the role of Chief Getting It Instructor. Our voice takes on a particular tone, our face assumes a parental mask, and our body portrays a superior posture. And we step into our self-appointed role of guiding the unenlightened into the light, the light of getting it.
Surprisingly, those tutorial garments of attitude, ...