As a child, every other child is a friend. As an adult, a stranger…

As a child, every other child is automatically seen as a “friend”… an opportunity, safe, interesting, open, having something to offer, fun. Why as adults does this change? Why do we automatically turn other people into strangers… become cautious, skeptical, hesitant, protective, leery, uninterested, defensive? Yes, we grow and learn people do “bad” things… and we learn fear, but those situations are really the anomaly, not the norm. Imagine if we could return to our original and true resonance, where the world is a mysterious but beautiful place of wonder and opportunity… and every person was part of that… © jodihealy.com – if you like this please share, someone else may too

About Jodi Healy

Mother, Author, World Traveler Philanthropist, and Blogger in the Quest for Truth, Happiness, & Enlightenment... jodihealy.com
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One Response to As a child, every other child is a friend. As an adult, a stranger…

  1. theblindswordsman says:

    Would have liked it to be more elaborate, more content, more of your opinion, some scientific facts may be… It is a true observation would have had much interest in reading

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