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You cannot understand the person whom you dislike… You do not, cannot, see them as they are, but see only your own imperfect notions of them… To see others as they are you must not allow impulsive likes and dislikes, powerful prejudices, or egotistic considerations to come between you and them… People misjudge, condemn, and avoid each other because they do not understand each other, and they do not understand each other because they have not overcome and purified themselves. (James Allen)

If only the world were full of people who would read and adapt material like this into their daily ritual and focus.

Surely, truly, the world would be a better place, for finally everyone would be focusing on improving themselves… and seeking to understand others.

Go on, apply it in any situation, to any group of people anywhere and tell me it doesn’t work.

I know it works for me for all the people I have managed to ‘righteously claim dislike for’.

The great leaders get this and apply it.

It’s why we look upon them and call them great.

It’s why, if we seek to lead, our only option is to mimic them.

Join me and let’s do all within our power to remove the blindness of dislike for those that we need to.

Daniel