Boy Scout troop leader Chris Wood teaches, “When you see someone you don't agree with, people's instinct is to turn them away. In reality you are better doing the opposite. You should look at them and say, ‘Let's talk.'”
A line from a video produced by Cleveland Clinic poses the question: “If you could stand in someone else's shoes — hear what they hear, see what they see, feel what they feel — would you treat them differently?”
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