If you’ve ever listened to two people describe the same thing — like a movie, an event, a sermon, or a book — you’ve seen the difference a person’s perspective can make. Our perspective is more than a point-of-view, it’s how we perceive and process the world around us.
I can choose to grumble as I clean my house or pick up after my people, or I can see these as opportunities to serve my family. One perspective brings bitterness and dissatisfaction, the other brings contentment.
Because we see the world from our own, individual points of view, our perspectives are unique. Sometimes sharing that perspective is a gift to someone who doesn’t see what you see.
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