“What we see when watching others depends on the clarity of the window through which we look.”
Driving in Michigan, specifically in the Detroit metropolitan area, is challenging for numerous reasons. If we eliminate poor roads, construction and heavy traffic, we are left with what I call visibility challenges. Rain, fog, road salt, frost, snow, and splattered insects all have a way of reducing the clarity of our windshields.
I dislike not having clarity so much that I just had a special window treatment applied to our new SUV to better help us see where we are going.
What are some of your obstructing views, beliefs, and attitudes about others that are blocking your clear and objective view?
How can you apply your own perceptional “Windex” to help clarify what you see in others and in yourself?