If you could stand in someone else’s shoes… Hear what they hear. See what they see. Feel what they feel. Would you treat them differently?”
– The Cleveland Clinic
What Do We Know About The Human Race?
Well, we know something very basic: we all share common desires for food, shelter, sex, family, honor, power, knowledge, and wealth.
And yet… we fundamentally lack the ability to, “Truly inhabit the shoes of another.”
But what if we could, somehow, “See life through another’s eyes?”
How would our world, and everyone’s world, change?
A World Where Each Sees & Feels What Others Feel
Imagine, for a moment, a world where:
- Each sees themselves tied to everyone else.
- A world where each realizes their common ambitions, together, seeing that the greatest profit can only be achieved through valuing the connection that they share.
- A world where equality isn’t just a “word,” and hatred is something which everyone seeks to overcome, in order to arrive at that next, new, superior state.
- Imagine a world of mutual responsibility.
What Do You Think?
How is a world, where everyone truly values what others see, think, and feel, formed?
Image: “Empathy” by Pierre Phaneuf on Flickr.