Do everything you can to protect yourself from the hurtful action without letting go of compassion for the ignorance that prompted the hurtful action.*
I will think
As I act and speak.*
I will think thoughts
that I am proud to share with others.*
I share this email from Dr. Sood with you as an act of service and love.
I hope his words are as helpful to you as they were to me when I first read this.
I like when he writes “Delay the urge to improve” in our relationships.
His email is a packed with wisdom and inspiration.
In this post, I share with you a refreshing perspective on living and nurturing our relationships from Dr. Amit Sood of the Mayo Clinic.
I enjoy reading different viewpoints or, I could say, different versions of the same song.
Dr. Sood’s email reinforces and rekindles the kind of behaviors that I want to incorporate in my life.