#The Power Of Curiosity
A closed mind is more dangerous than a closed door right?. During a conversation, it is better to have an understanding without words, than words without understanding. Everyone wants to feel special and different from the rest, but make sure in your conversation you also make others to feel special. Learn to choose your battle wisely. Don’t be too fast in your speech you may end up hurting others.
Eyes says, tongue only talks. The truth may be true, but a discreet person understands that speaking the truth isn’t always helpful. It can also be hurtful and harmful. Sometimes it is better to remain silent, you won’t become a fool, even a fool is considered wise when he is silent. It is better to watch what comes out of your mouth. Remember you are what you eat, so check on what you feed your mind.
Peace is build on understanding, war is build on misunderstanding. One misunderstood word can change the whole sentences and bring war. But one peaceful word can bring you honour and respect.
It may sound simple, nothing unique or original but still take courage to say, learn to appreciate others and they will appreciate you i n return. Superiority won’t satisfy you, popularity won’t satisfy you, learn to be meek avoid both extreme, don’t be too good or too bad.
Listen with curiosity. Speak with honesty. Act with integrity. The greatest problem with communication is we don’t listen to understand. We listen to reply. When we listen with curiosity, we don’t listen with the intent to reply. We listen for what’s behind the words. When we aren’t curious in conversations we judge, tell, blame and even shame, often without even knowing it, which leads to conflict. People become their own worst enemies and don’t need anyone else’s help in making themselves the brunt of gossip, judgment, and ridicule. A person who overshares demonstrates a lack of dignity, maturity, and discrimination, and it may also be a strong indicator of self-absorbed narcissism and exhibitionism.
Even if you’re not broadcasting your personal life to the universe through social media, choose your confidants wisely and with discretion. Your ability to keep your personal details close to your vest will encourage others to feel that you are trustworthy enough to be trusted with their personal details.
Well, sometimes we cannot control the way people interpret our ideas or thoughts, but we can control the words and tones we choose to convey them. If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all. Realize that sometimes your own words can, and probably will, come back to be used against you. Put your ego aside. Allow another to triumph and enjoy the spotlight.