Begin with One Action to Open Communication

“Without any action, we would have no reaction; without any reaction, we would not experience interaction. Without interaction, our wanted ways would not become our fashion.” -Astrid Hardjana-Large

When we wish to discover how we will manage in the world, we have to initiate an action to get our foot out of our house of safety. An activity performed in front of another will commence a reaction and proceed to become an interaction. The trial that you experiment may become a characteristic desired for your person.

Recall the times when young children make their attempt to meet new people. Some may be shy and need encouragement to approach another and we will demonstrate a method of introduction. Other children may have a drive to get their person known by openly acquainting themselves with a stranger. Regardless the choice of how they choose to proceed, they will receive a reaction that may allow them to express their person or discover how they wish to communicate with a new person.

With constant communication among the assortment of people that we meet, we will develop a personal fashion for how we wish to behave for the person that we are. With continual practice that is bound to test our values, interaction with other people will assist you to develop your wanted ways of life.

Feel free to invest in expressing your person in the world. Be open to find comprehension of the particular personality you wish to disclose among the community around you.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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