Assume positive intent

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  1. Lovely sky shot. I love it
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  2. upasna says:

    Its the story at your Home. I live in a Joint family and if we all do not take things with positive intent, it will a chaos. Though sometimes, differences occur.

  3. Let me know if this works for you, Parul. I would say that I used to follow it, but not anymore. There are some people we just can’t assume this about, unless we want to be badly hurt. For example, there’s a particular person who when you meet or interact with online, you would think is the epitome of grace and goodness. She’ll gush over you and make you feel that you’re the most important person in public, all the time bitching about you and not having much good to say about anyone in private. For too long, I attempted to assume positive intent with her. One major show of her behaviour, had me running for the hills. But I made the mistake of reconciling with her, only to begin to see this pattern of deceit resurface again and again. For the last year, I’ve disengaged and find so much peace.
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  4. Vidya Sury says:

    Story of my life, Parul. Positive Intent. It is a good attitude. Hugs!

  5. magiceye says:

    An image radiating positivity!

  6. Magnificent sky shot with puffy clouds and that blue, blue water ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a Happy and Peaceful weekend ~ ^_^

  7. That’s easier said than done Parul. Specially the bit about past experiences – they do interfere with your judgement. But of course that’s not to say we don;t give it a shot.
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  8. S.C. says:

    Great shot. Like it.

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