You’re just another part of me.

The things I correct my son tend to be the things I dislike about me. You can’t teach what you don’t know.

Do the flaws we see in others be our own? Can I get annoyed with someone else about something that does not exist in me? Is the opportunity to grow missed because I was too busy noticing someone else?

I will pay closer attention to the things that upset me about others. I need to ask the critical question is this about them or is it about me?

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You’re just another part of me.

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