You’re not just learning the words of things or actions, you’re becoming much more aware of other values, perspective and beliefs. According to Mickey Gast, Studies have shown “Being exposed to different ways of speaking about and understand the world will make you more open to the idea that your view of the world is just that: your view of the world. Rather than being fixed and absolute, you will become more aware of variety perspectives” (Gast). Gast point is that, the more things you are exposed to, the greater chance you have at being more open-minded rather than those who don’t expose themselves to the world. You also gain the chance to communicate with other people from around the world.
The reader can understand the content more easily because they already know the path the characters will take, and their roles in the myth. The reader may also be contemplating their existence, and may relate to Odysseus in the sense that they fear they will be forgotten. The archetypal characters help convey the message that may resonate with the reader, and that is to live life to the fullest and make a mark in order to be
Forgiving someone is one of the best things you could do. However, for you to forgive someone, you must accept what has happened and be ready to move on. Forgiving someone gives them an opportunity to redeem themselves, and allows them to move on as well. By accepting the past, you might find reasoning within the mistakes of the others, and give you as better understanding of how you should act. Forgiveness is a large part of The First Stone, and within the story is a valuable lesson: By forgiving someone, you are allow both yourself and the other person to move on and grow, as well as allowing you to look back in an unbiased way.
Ideally, there is a need for immediate clarity supported by self-evidence to define a justified position through endless circumstances of doubt. Importantly, he states that some processes need to be included in the definition of existence so that the audience can affirm realistic point of view. In many cases, he states that people use perceptions that they build over time to determine that a specific object exists although these are creations of the thought process. For instance, people know that they have a mind in their head but they may not confirm the scope of work and its functionality yet they believe in the things that they see, hear and touch. Thus, people understand their environment by using the knowledge that they have through experiences and use this to describe and mention objects.
It 's a significant aspect that can take the form of apparent social pressure or faint insensible influence. As much as everyone would like to think of them selves as “unique”, the fact is that we 're decisive to fit in. Researchers have found that people conform for a number of various different reasons. In many cases, it is done by simply observing other individuals and gaining ideas on how to behave. Other people might have greater knowledge or experience than we do, so following them can actually be informative.
In this course I became more introspective about my current leadership roles and the tweaks I could make to communicate more effectively and be a “better” leader In this course I discovered to better understand the beliefs of others and understand how what you do can impact others. Self-awareness is a huge part of it is having a clear perception of your personality, including strengths, weaknesses, thoughts, beliefs, motivation, and emotions. Self-Awareness allows you to understand other people, how they perceive you, your attitude and your responses to them in the moment. Motivating others requires making others feel understood, leadership is not just a cliché about leading by example or other vague tenet, it involves more interaction and engagement. I think the most important thing that I learned was how to understand my own motivations / emotions and how to find
It really gives you a more fulfilling view and understanding of the world. A lot of other disciplines tend to be very specific and narrow with their focus, but the world is becoming more connected as time goes on and it would require individuals to adapt a more global and holistic perspective in order to understand and connect with other groups and other cultures. The discipline puts humanity as its central focus and works to answer questions about what it means to be
Parts feel less alone on the planet through understanding other individuals' lives. Furthermore, understanding other individuals' issues, objectives, and arrangements helps parts better comprehend themselves. We can likewise try different things with distinctive parts and methods for being in gathering that advise and change our lives outside of gathering. Bunch help gives chances to rising above our life battles through encountering our normal humanness with
By listening to others people are more likely to be open minded and accept other opinions. Author Amée LaTour writes, “One of the best ways to expand that horizon is to expose ourselves to other thoughts, ideas, opinions, values, experiences and perspectives. We do this by opening our ears and minds to them. We do this by listening.” This proves that active listing can not only make someone realize the wrongs in society, but also allow one to experience new perspectives and experiences. Finally, Active Listing is a great way to respond to
In particular, I can easily connect with individuals who share similar social identities with me and establish trust between us. My social identities have also prepared myself for interactions with people who do not share similar identities with me by expressing my respect to them and my appreciation for getting to know them and for sharing with me their own identities while having conversations with those individuals. By letting others know about my social identities through interactions and allowing them to do the same, I believe we can learn new things from each other, and together we will grow and thrive as a group. In conclusion, I believe it is essential to know my social identities since this is a foundation for me to know myself better and appropriately interact with individuals who share different social identities than mine. In other words, knowing my social identities helps me to find better ways to maintain good relationships with residents and my co-workers, and this will result in an inclusive and diverse living and learning environment where everyone can be who they are and thrive from meaningful interactions with each
With so many distractions, it can be hard to remember what needs to be done, but with making a list, you are able to remind yourself of those things. Another thing you mentioned, that I feel is important, is to have a good/positive attitude. I think, with a positive attitude, it can make tasks easier to handle. Again, good job with your thread.
According to Samir El Morocco, the more we know about the cultures of others, the more open-minded, tolerant and global we become. This phrase does make sense. Knowing the culture of other people can help us to understand their values, beliefs, attitude and behavior. Behaviors and attitude are changeable, values and beliefs aren’t. Culture has built those values and beliefs in us.
When being honest, a person can see how they truly appear and shape who they can become. The reason I believe that I am honest is that I observe and reflect on the actions I take so that I can properly change myself according to the situation. The integrity of a person is another major part of honesty, where I treat other people the way I want them to treat me. This is another reason why friendships and relationships can last a long time, and also why I am able to easily avoid escalating a situation. This is crucial when handling people who have been physically hurt, as they can become aggressive.
Although it might be hard sometimes to accomplish these things, the effort that you put forth speaks more than the result. We do need to try something beyond what we have mastered in order to grow because it allows us to learn how to face adversity, and gives us the confidence to think that we can do anything. Stepping out of our comfort zone allows us to learn how to face adversity. We need
When it comes to struggles it is okay to share with people that we trust, but it is difficult to share with people that may judge us. He compared this struggle to the “Conformity of the scene of life” versus “Being open to the awakening wonder.” I think your response is one of the first steps to take in “Awakening the Wonder.”