It Is Not What You See. Gena Says.
It is not what you see but how you react to what you see before you. It is not what you are told but how you understand and accept what has been said. So very frequently we interpret things incorrectly because of our emotional state at the time. Words offered to us can at times hurt us because we are not listening appropriately for we take an observation as a criticism when all it is could be just a casual remark. Take great care to see things correctly, be attentive to the words spoken and then only judge or accept the circumstances with great care. This also means to watch your own words and actions so that you do not confuse others as well.