The Weight Of Criticism: Appreciating The In-Betweeners Day 4

“Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain but it takes character and self control to be understanding and forgiving.”

— Dale Carnegie

Depression-loss of loved one

The sarcasm you smear,
the faults you find,
the criticism you create,
weigh most heavily on the young.

Maybe that’s why so many old people are hunched over.


Today’s gift of time … Appreciating the In-Betweeners Day 4 – Sent a card of thanks to my daughter’s band teacher for selecting her for the all-Beaverton middle school honor band. It takes much more praise than criticism to build confidence and self-esteem. 

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