How to Think about Others January 13, 2016 – Posted in: Blog, Inspiration – Tags: , , , , , ,

Working with students for many years, from first grade to college, does provide a person with useful skills regarding how to evaluate others. One of the conclusions I eventually reached is that we never have any problem with others but ourselves. We aren’t being realistic when not evaluating people as they are, not as we wish they were or expect them to be. And forcing something, always, ALWAYS, leads to disaster.

It took me almost my entire life to realize this. You can’t change people; you can only change yourself when expecting others to change, and that often means becoming a worse person, more resentful, more depressive, more frustrated, more selfish…. that’s what the majority feels, and that’s why they don’t like to speak what they think. Most people don’t even know what it is to be naturally angry until they kill someone or themselves.

[bctt tweet=”‘You can’t change people; you can only change yourself when expecting any change’ -Robin Sacredfire”]

This isn’t just a personal opinion or an opinion based on many, but a scientific fact, even though commonly hidden, not spoken, and yet, easily measurable if you know how to do it. The vast majority of the world lives under either a neurotic or psychopathic brainwave. Whatever they think, talk, do and feel, has to be and always is within such frequency.

You can’t change that but merely your own state of mind. To think that the world is beautiful or that the world is completely mad are both insane options leading one to become as less realistic as anybody else. The best thing to do is, really, to learn how to differentiate people, if you want to do something with your life. That’s actually something I realized billionaires do very well. They rather not have friends than being surrounded by idiots, even if they come from a poor background.

[bctt tweet=”‘Billionaires rather not have friends than being surrounded by idiots’ -Robin Sacredfire”]

It’s not money that transforms people but a wealthy mindset that eventually attracts abundance to them. Friends, unfortunately, can’t be separated from the equation. I can be nice to everyone but those with a lower frequency will always do what people like them do, and it doesn’t matter what they think about themselves, or the excuses they use to act in the way their predisposition makes them, as their behavior is always expectable. To expect otherwise is to be naive.


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Robin Sacredfire

Author of “Awakening to Abundance”

Awakening to Abundance