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BLIND SPOT…Winnegrad

                                                 

Why do we, again and again, withhold from others the LOVING UNDERSTANDING AND EMPATHY we desire for ourselves? Sometimes we act from A BLIND SPOT in our brains. We do have a responsibility, an obligation to look past our BLIND SPOT and be TRANSPARENT with ALL our sisters and brothers. We should rethink our beliefs and not always stay with our convictions. We do not see our own flaws, we should rethink. That is our BLIND SPOT. Some of us fear being TRANSPARENT because that can expose a VULNERABILITY. But, it is known that to demonstrate a VULNERABILITY will only display our STRENGTH. AVOID THE BLIND SPOT IN THE BRAIN AND BE TRANSPARENT IN YOUR COMPASSION AND LOVE FOR ALL. SHOW YOUR LACK OF FEAR, BE STRONG AND TRANSPARENT.

TRANSPARENCY has the qualities of being; GENUINE, SINCERE, HONEST, CANDID, OPEN. To possess these attributes one will definitely demonstrate STRENGTH. Showing EMPATHY and LOVE for ALL, yes, can make one VULNERABLE, but the return from even one person is so rewarding and JOYFUL. Remember, as a human SOUL it is our obligation, our responsibility, to be TRANSPARENT and EMBRACE ALL our sisters and brothers on this earth. It is a basic offering to others that they NEED. What is granted to you in return will be pure JOY.

Remember, this is what we desire for ourselves. So give it freely, avoid the BLIND SPOT in the brain. Do not be controlled by unknown biases. THE CIRCLE WILL BE COMPLETED, RELISH THE JOY THAT YOU WILL EXPERIENCE. IT IS IN EVERYONE’S HEART AND SOUL, SHOW YOUR VULNERABILITY. BE TRANSPARENT.

TAKE CARE, ALWAYS STAY WELL, PLEASE ALWAYS STAY HEALTHY. THANK YOU.

Categories: PERSPECTIVES

ron winnegrad

Ron Winnegrad has been a Perfumer and teacher for 46 years. As a perfumer, Ron has been able to express the world he sees through a rainbow of olfactive and emotive visions. As a teacher, Ron has helped others to see fragrance through his own multi sensorial lens.

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  1. I must admit I have a few blind spots, possibly more than I realize. It’s a constant effort to move past them. I see things in very black and white terms – gray is not usually an option for me. For me, wrong is wrong and right is right and I’m not always right. I know it’s a flaw and I’m working on it! Thanks for the reminder.

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