Blind Spots

We all have blind spots.  I certainly have mine.  Sometimes when I recognize them I feel like an idiot.  Perhaps it’s humbling to recognize my liabilities and limitations.  Maybe that’s a good thing.  I guess.  Just sayin…

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2 thoughts on “Blind Spots

  1. C Haze says:

    Hindsight is always 20/20. It’s easier to look back on our pasts and recognize the errors in our ways.

    The same holds true for pin pointing blind spots. If they were obvious, they wouldn’t be referred to as blind spots! The important thing is the self-reflection, the learning process one goes through after these blind spots are revealed.

    No need to feel like an idiot- ever. Especially when the whole reason for the realization is your own decision to take control of your life, and make changes for the better. Instead, be proud that you have the courage to walk the walk of change… because most of us never even get that far.

  2. bbgcmac says:

    Now that is ‘real talk’ as the young folk say – thank you for this piece of wisdom!

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