So much of our behavior is unconscious. We generally think and behave the way we were taught by our parents, teachers and friends. Old habits require regular attention to be transformed. That’s why remembering is so crucial for transformation. When we’re angry, we remember that we’re rarely angry at what we think we are. When we’re anxious, we use our judgment and understand that we can’t control every outcome. When we’re hurt, we remember that others’ behavior is almost never personal. Most of all, we remember that everyone really is doing…

The best they can.