To be able to feel empathy,
we try putting ourselves into someone else’s shoes.
Before we do that,
let’s not forget to check,
whether they wear shoes.
Assumptions can defeat well-meant empathy.
(c) Karin Sieger | Picture courtesy of phoenix sierraO via Pixabay
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