Daily Prompt: Moment of Clarity

Daily Prompt: Moment of Clarity
by Krista on December 27, 2013

Tell us about a time you’d been trying to solve a knotty problem — maybe it was an interpersonal problem, a life problem, a big ol’ problem — and you had a moment of clarity when the solution appeared to you, as though you were struck by lightening.

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I’m sure I’ve had some of those moments of clarity in my lifetime, but none that I can recall at this time. Being a loving and caring person, I tend to have problems of taking people at face value. I, automatically, think that everyone feels and thinks like I do. I still do sometimes, even though I have been slapped in the face, or struck by lightening, several times with clarity of a situation I had no idea about.
I seem to be a slow learner in that area of life. Maybe, I was sheltered too much as a child.

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  1. I think many of us think and feel the same way. It is not a bad thing most of the time. There are times when the assumption does not serve us well, but when it comes to empathy at least we have the upper hand 🙂

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  2. Lots of people automatically assume that everyone else thinks and feels like they do. In some cases it may well be true, but I imagine in most cases it couldn’t be farther from the truth since we all come from different backgrounds and circumstances.

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