Our greatest teacher
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Our greatest teacher

Who is our greatest teacher?

The person who affirms what we believe about ourselves, or the one that challenges us?

If our outer world is a reflection of our inner world, what might we not only need to see but also accept within ourselves?

When we understand that meaning only ever exists because we created it, every interaction becomes an opportunity to see something within ourselves that we couldn’t see before.

Whether we choose to accept or reject what we see becomes part of our new story. 

Curiosity may have killed the cat, but for those of us interested in questioning the constructs we’ve placed around ourselves, it’s a quality worth cultivating.