3 Types of Blindness That Make You Misunderstand Others

The Epitome of Self-Destruction

A. Hamzeh

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Wars, struggles, bloodsheds, and lost relationships are all the crippling results of blindness.

Blindness is being too involved in your own panorama, that you can’t indulge in another’s. It’s standing behind a curtain, clueless of what lies behind, yet refusing to sneak a peak.

We are all blindfolded sometimes; we can’t understand everyone all the time. Everyone has his own experiences and lessons that are mentally organized in a configuration that builds their character. Life constructs our character, as much as our character constructs our lives.

We ask ourselves some presumably rational questions that are mostly driven by blindness to the other person’s situation. When we use our own perspective to rationalize important life decisions, we immediately abolish the consideration that the other person might be right. We trust our judgment more than others. It’s in our DNA.

We think we know what’s best for us, yet we keep making mistakes; this results in a self-destructive dilemma that aims to convince us life is not fair, cruel, and led by mere luck. We trust ourselves so much that whenever we encounter difficulties; we believe that our wise decisions led to the best probable outcome; as if there…

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A. Hamzeh

Copywriter | Content Creator | Health and Wellness Supporter.