8 thoughts on “A Miley Cyrus quote

  1. This is very true in general, but when you’re in the public eye, people seem to take satisfaction and even enjoyment when you make mistakes.

    I guess it proves we’re all human, but nonetheless it is never something to gloat about.

    1. Ditto on your thoughts. Thanks and you’re right. Gloating is the last thing we should do. No one is free of blame; I’m not sure we’re in a position to gloat when others make mistakes.

      It’s a sad reflection of where society is today.

  2. Sadly that’s true, most people notice others mistakes. I guess it makes them feel better about their own mistakes.

    The world can be a bit selfish and not realize the importance of empathy.

  3. Yes, our society very much needs a refresher course in humanity. The earth is on fire today because we refuse to recognize the pain and sorrow of others; in fact we sanction pain through our policies.

    The only mistakes I recognize are the ones that are intentional and very dangerous.

    1. Thanks Tim. I couldn’t agree more. We’re more self-absorbed than we’ve ever been and recognise nothing.

      The bigger mistakes there’s no way of getting away from. Those are the gut wrenching mistakes, the ones we can’t help but stand up and notice. As we go about our daily lives, the smaller mistakes will always go unnoticed.

      Our smaller mistakes are the mistakes we’re not consciously thinking about, because they’re so insignificant in comparison to the other things we have to deal with.

  4. It’s a sad state of affairs when we judge other based on the mistakes they make. There is a person suffering in silence and all we really need to do is see the whole picture.

    Compassion is not always an easy thing, but should always be used in dealing with people. No one is exempt from mistakes, we’re all human and we all make them.

    It’s how we grow out of those mistakes that makes us stronger and kinder.

    1. Thanks Maria. I couldn’t agree more and you’re right, particularly when it comes to emotional and spiritual growth. It really is a sad world we live in, when we choose to hone in on other people’s mistakes, as if we’re Angels ourselves.

      Some of us will thrive on other people’s mistakes. Somehow it makes us feel better about ourselves, but it’s not the universal or spiritual way.

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