We can be so caught up with our little life that it’s so easy to forget, ignore, care less what others are going through — other folks’ sufferings and hardships. We say “walk in her/his shoes” or “put yourself in her/his shoes” when we want to say “consider his/her situations in life.”
There are so many different types of shoes. Our life is like walking in our own unique shoes. Everyone is walking on a different path in his/her own shoes. If we want to understand and empathize with others, it’s good to think about how we would act in their situations.
Things are changing so rapidly — economically, politically, culturally, and socially. It feels like we are living in a caring, loving community when we put ourselves in each other’s shoes, notwithstanding the changes. Right? 🙂
Let’s try to put ourselves in someone else’s shoes before we judge!!!
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