What’s in Your Frame?

Jean Hamilton-Fford, Mindful Living, The Daily Shift, What's in your frame

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What’s in your frame? A picture may be worth a thousand words, but the context is more important. A snapshot, a picture, what you can only see in the framework of your own perspective and perception, is only a very small part of the bigger picture. Consider the context. Free your limitations.

What will your day bring your way? Things are never as they appear. We will see only what we want to see and hear only what we want to hear. Shift your focus. Include a broader perspective. Expand the context. There is more to the story than what you first experience.

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