Need a boost of empathy?
September 20, 2018

Have you ever visited someone’s tiny house that was crammed with so much of what appears to be junk you felt like you couldn’t breathe?

rosesIt isn’t junk to him, of course. “What’s difficult to come by is difficult to part with,” Darrell says.

Isn’t that a great point? It reminded me what an attorney told me once, that the smaller the amount of money the more fiercely people cling to it.

You never know what someone’s been through to get where he is, and it’s never a bad move to replace judgment with curiosity.