perspective ... it’s a funny thing. It’s all your own point of view, it’s your attitude, it’s your posture, and your mindset. Isn’t it weird that you could have walked through a situation side by side with someone yet your perspective of the memory you both have is completely different dependent on the view you had, the attitude you had, the posture you were carrying yourself in, and the mindset you were living in? Perspective can be funny, but it can also be damaging. I’ve seen perspective take out friendship, ruin memories, and cause distance where distance doesn’t need to be, all because one person saw the story a little different then you felt like you lived it. My two cents is this... humility in perspective and empathy in perspective are so important. Admit you may of had an eye a little crossed, a hole in your glasses, or a confused face here or there, and be willing to hear the heart of the person on the other side. Let understanding narrate the stories that need redeeming in order to bring a healthy perspective back into place. Sometimes it’s hard to fix broken pieces, but it’s not so hard to uncross your eye. Start there, because it’s worth seeing life and the people in your life for the fullness of who they are.