Have you ever felt frustrated when people don’t understand you? I have. We can try to use logic, different ways of making our meaning known, but to no avail. We are not understood. What do we do when we’re not understood? If what we have to say is important, then it is important that we continue to speak it. Where our message goes it will fall on some who understand, probably a lot more who don’t understand, and some who refuse to try to understand. Don’t be discouraged, continue to speak what your heart urges you to speak. The right people will understand.
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