We are in the age of information. It’s amazing. Whatever you desire to know is literally at your fingertips.
Many are utilizing the access of knowledge. It’s giving people a sense of confidence,a sense of purpose. One of the best things to share in the world is love and understanding.
We’re all in this together. Once we know that we are, we’re all stars.And we see that!High School Musical
Don’t act like y’all didn’t watch high school musical.
Remember where you came from
People are getting new information and thinking they are superior to those who are still ignorant. Looking down on someone is not the way to do it. An easy way to not get that superiority complex is to see yourself in everyone. Honestly, at one point you were that ignorant person. You didn’t always have all the knowledge you do now. So please share it, but not in a way that puts others down.
We are all on different journeys. It doesn’t make yours wrong or mine right. I have no idea what you need to experience to keep elevating. Only you know that. I know I am doing what I need to do and if you want to know more of what I know I will help with an open heart and understanding.
So let’s all help one another. With love, understanding, and patience. If you can’t share what you know in a loving place then just keep it to yourself.
A tale about humility
To better explain my point, read this children’s story about the penguin and the kangaroo.
There was once a kangaroo who became an athletics champion. However, with this success he became arrogant and nasty, and he spent a lot of time making fun of others.
His favourite target was a little penguin whose walk was so slow and clumsy that it often prevented him from even finishing the race.
One day the fox, who organised the races, let everyone know that his favourite for the next race was the poor penguin. Everyone thought it was a joke, but still the big-headed kangaroo got very angry, and he ridiculed the penguin even more than usual. The penguin did not even want to take part in the race, but it was a tradition that everyone must do so. On the day of the race, he approached the starting line in a group which was following the fox. The fox led them up the mountain, while everyone made fun of the penguin, commenting on whether he would roll down the mountain or just slide down on his fat belly.
But when they reached the top they all shut up. The top of the mountain turned out to be a crater that had filled with water, making it into a lake. At this point, the fox gave the starting signal, saying: “First to the other side wins”.
The penguin, excited, waddled clumsily to the water’s edge. Once he was in the water, though, his speed was unbeatable, and he won the race by a long distance. Meanwhile, the kangaroo barely managed to reach the other side; tearful, humiliated, and half drowned. And although it seemed like the penguin was waiting to make fun of the kangaroo, the penguin had learned a lot from his suffering, and instead of ridiculing the kangaroo, he offered to teach him how to swim.Original story location
We all have something to teach one another if you are willing to learn. You are not better or worse than the next person. Just on a different journey. Let’s work on helping one another, because we really are all in this together.
Do you meet people who feel like they are better than you? How do you deal with them?
“Humility Among The Animals. Audio Story Narrated in British English.” Audio Story to Learn to Be Humble — Educational Resources for Parents and Teachers, freestoriesforkids.com/audiostories/british-english/humility-among-animals-audio-story-narrated-british-english.