We are what we see.

Naiah
Posted March 27, 2020 from India
A golden lining
Just look out for all the bright things. And eventually you start to find some.

For a very long time, I believed that I was my independent self. I grew up into this open minded individual because of my accepting mentality. I became this non-judging person because I was superior to other people in an evolutionary way. But no. We become what we see. And I never truly realized that I got to see the best of stuff. I was given the best of life. And what impact all those things, that I never appreciated, around me had on me. And because today I finally understood all the difference an effortless and yet unbiased environment can make, I take a step towards being aware about it. Which will one day lead for me to provide it to someone else.

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maeann
Mar 28
Mar 28

Welcome to World Pulse Naiah. How are you? Thank you for expressing your thoughts. I hope that you are doing well.

Naiah
Mar 28
Mar 28

Thank you. I am awesome. And I hope the same for you!❤️

Jill Langhus
Mar 28
Mar 28

Hi Naiah,

Welcome to World Pulse! Thanks for sharing your first post. I'm glad that you had a good upbringing and that you have the intention to share what you're learned. It's a great skill and value to be non-judgmental. What are you truly grateful for and if you could teach one thing to someone else, what would it be?

I'm looking forward to seeing more posts from you and learning more about what your goals and passions are.

I hope you and your family are safe and well.

Naiah
Mar 29
Mar 29

I keep looking around, all these females who talk about equality and rights. The worst and the best part is I cannot relate to them (that's why I want to make them feel the way I feel). Also, I would teach people to listen, to themselves. (It is long shot I know, but I think that's the only thing that makes all the difference.) I wish safety to you and your family as well.

Jill Langhus
Mar 30
Mar 30

You don't relate to women that talk about equality and rights? I don't think I'm following. How do you mean it's the worst and best part? I'm curious.

Yes, listening to ourselves is essential for wellbeing.

Thanks! I appreciate it:-)

Naiah
Mar 30
Mar 30

I grew up in an environment where I never felt the need to fight for equality, that's how it is the best thing. While at the same time, not everyone feels the same (and I feel like doing something so that every female out there feels the way I do), that's the worst part.

Jill Langhus
Apr 01
Apr 01

Oh, I see:-) That is a good thing! Thanks for clarifying.

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Anita Shrestha
Mar 29
Mar 29

Thank you for sharing

rebecca.tang
Mar 29
Mar 29

Thank you for sharing. Keep this on!

Hello, Naiah,

Welcome to World Pulse! What a joy that a new voice from India is rising up!

It is a mature perspective to withhold judgment. I hope you are safe and well during this pandemic. Please keep on writing we love to read more from you. :)

Welcome again to our growing sisterhood!

Naiah
Mar 30
Mar 30

Thank you. You be safe too!

You are welcome, dear. :)

Dawn Arteaga
Mar 30
Mar 30

Welcome to World Pulse Naiah! I agree with you - it's so important to acknowledge our privilege and think about how we can use our gifts to help others. I hope you post more stories. Your voice is so important!