A Lesson From Survivors: The Experiences of Others

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I view the experiences of others as life lessons for myself.
I always consider the experiences of others to be opportunities to carve out a path for my life.
One of the advantages of co-existing on this Earth is learning from each other. 
Each face I look into tells a story that can have a profound impact on my life.
Every day is a learning experience for me. I am conscious of the person I want to be and the life I want to live, and use the experiences of others to gauge the success of my efforts to achieve it.
I meld the lessons to create my book of life.
When I observe signs of happiness in the lives of others, I take a moment to analyze the source of their hope.
 I give thought to my own behaviors and actions to determine whether I play a part in generating happiness, kindness, and hope in the lives of others.  
I also observe negative situations in the lives of others.
I use the opportunity to introspectively assess my behaviors and actions to determine whether I play a part in generating negativity in the lives of others.
Today, I accept my co-existence on this Earth as a chance to make positive changes.
 I recognize the unconscious input of others to making me a better human being and embrace the life lessons of their experiences.
Talking with Myself:
  1. How easily do I adapt to changes based on observation of external situations?
  2. Do I readily share the lessons learned with the people I love?
  3. How could I more advantageously use the experiences of others to learn life lessons?
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Post Author: Tonya GJ Prince

Posts presented/edited/written by: Tonya GJ Prince. Driven by her life mission to empower, inform, & uplift Survivors; Tonya is also the founder of WESurviveAbuse.com, Braid the Ladder, & SurvivorAffirmations.com. She is a social justice expert with over 24 years experience as a speaker, group facilitator, crisis intervention counselor, writer, advocate & activist. She holds a BS in Organizational Management & Development. Her Tortie rescue cat MiaBelle, is her longtime co-writer. More Info.....www.tonyagjprince.com
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