The Thursday Thesis - 13/04/2017
“Is Your World full of Jerks...?”
Ever notice how certain people sail through life and seem to make friends everywhere, whilst other people you know seem to always be in conflict?
It happens. And just like me, you know who those people are, don’t you?
What’s going on – are they just unlucky and keep on bumping into jerks and idiots with “attitude”?
I don’t think so.
So what else could it be?
Well, people respond to us in the way we act towards them: it’s an evolutionary thing, caused by the vast number of “mirror neurones” that everyone has. Their purpose seems to be in generating empathy and understanding, but the flip side of that is a mirror of our behaviour.
So, if you’re encountering happy people everywhere – smiling at you and being helpful – chances are they are transmitting (Tx'ing) back to you exactly what they received (Rx'd) from you.
Because Tx = Rx
So smile and be positive today– just for research purposes – and see what happens.
The people you meet, and how they are with you, holds up a mirror to yourself.
Encountering jerks everywhere might be a clue...
© Neil Cowmeadow 2017
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