Perspective - The Shona Project

Perspective is a funny thing. It’s crazy how everyone has a different view of the world around us. What we have found through growing up is that, if you think negative, you see the world in a bad light. Nothing goes right and everyone and anything is wrong. But, if you think positively, the world can be such an amazing place. Don’t get us wrong, it’s ok not to be positive 24/7. Just maybe try it a little more than you usually would? We promise you won’t regret it.


If we haven’t convinced you, why not read this little poem we came across by Chanie Gorkin. It shows how sometimes we should try to see a perspective other than the one that we think is right. We should allow ourselves to consider that we might be mistaken.

Perhaps, being wrong allows an alternative understanding of a situation to emerge, one that may cause us far less torment, or even provide happiness?
Please practice being kind to yourself and at least consider that there may be an alternative understanding of a situation. ❤

Perspective - Chanie Gorkin

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SPUN OUT:  This is a one stop shop for all mental health issues. The articles are very matter of fact, helpful and all bases are covered.

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