When Did I become an Expert?

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To say that I know something implies a full understanding of a subject. It is better for me to say that I experienced something and found it accurate in my life.

I can not close myself to the ideas of people, places or things because doing so will limit my ability to experience them.

If I go to a meeting knowing the speaker and having heard their story before, am I more or less likely to remain open to hearing something new?

I must refrain from assigning judgment to people, places, or things in this way. Because when I do I allow each moment to be a new experience.

However do not fear, this does not mean that I lose the information from past experiences; it merely means that I can add to the previous experience even further.

I must not become so ARROGANT to believe that I am done learning from anyone or anything. I must remember that I can grow from any experience as long as I am willing to accept it for what it truly is.

And…

Acceptance is the key to all my problems today- Tomorrow and for as long as I breathe.

I must be willing to accept what I can learn and see that which I disagree with or better yet that which I do not understand as something that will take more time and more experience to accept.

Ok… This is my experience video, what’s Yours?

2 thoughts on “When Did I become an Expert?

  1. I’m proud of you brother!

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