Paradigm shift. With respect.. Nothing to be ashamed of Momsicle one who sits at a ballpark and freezes for the love of her child shirt, as you mentioned.No need to feel guilt. Since you were not aware and you didnt know better, thats the best outcome you could think with that knowledge. Now that you know better, as in being aware you will do better ‘thought decisions’ without holding judgment. – A paradigm shift lesson I learnt from Stephen Covey of 7 habits. Your video conveyed a great message on this subject.
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Once one of my brother in law became paralysed and Momsicle one who sits at a ballpark and freezes for the love of her child shirt, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He was a renowned businessman. In a morning we were sitting beside a beautiful pond along with the whole family of my brother in law. My brother asked my nephew several time to give his mobile. He wanted to talk with is clints as important and urgent basis. But my nephew didn’t give him as doctors suggestion and said”you became mad”.My brother in law started crying loudly with innocent tears and said “Yes I became mad, I became mad, you see my son said that I became mad”Alhamdulillah. Now he is absolutely okay.Therefore we should say that we have to give up all bad things for our betterment
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Sometimes, our judgement doesn’t have any kind of Momsicle one who sits at a ballpark and freezes for the love of her child shirt what’s going on in a particular situation but it is a judgment for ourselves and possibly a reflection of our relationship with ourselves.As we learn to respect ourselves this judgment and the way we interact with it changes. There is no guilt to be had here. There is no shame either. People don’t die from your judgment unless you take vengeful actions as a result of said judgment. This is a very good reason why we should take a peaceful path and distance ourselves from things that conflict with our judgment and our idea of a “best life”.