Imagine you're in Airport. While you're waiting for ur flight, u notice a shop selling cookies. U buy a box, put them in ur traveling bag n search for a seat so u can sit down n enjoy ur cookies. Finally u find a seat next to a gentleman. U reach down into ur traveling bag n pull out ur box of cookies. As u do so, u notice that de gentleman starts watching u intensely. He stares as u open de box n his eyes follow. Just then he reaches over n takes one of ur cookies from the box, n eats it! You're little surprised at this.  Not only does he take one cookie, but he alternates with u. Now, what's ur immediate impression of this guy? Crazy? Greedy? U both continue eating de cookies until there's just one left. To ur surprise, the man reaches over n takes it. But then he does something unexpected. He breaks it in half, n gives half to u. After he's finished he gets up, n without a word, he leaves. U think to urself, "Did this really happen?" You're left sitting there dumbfounded n still hungry. So u go back to de kiosk n buy another box of cookies. U then return to ur seat n begin opening
ur new box of cookies. when suddenly u glance down into ur traveling bag. Sitting there in ur bag is ur original box of cookies..still unopened. Only then u realize that when u reached down earlier, u had  reached into the other man's bag, n grabbed his box of cookies by mistake. Now wat do u think of the man? Generous? Tolerant? You've just experienced a profound paradigm shift. You're seeing things from a new point of view. Is it time to change ur point of view? Now, think of this story as it relates to ur life. Seeing things from a new point of view can be very enlightening. Think outside de box. Don't settle for the status quo. Be open to suggestions. Things may not be what they seem. Unless n until, one realizes abt the fact n external factors. Every Point has THREE Sides; Your Side, My Side and The Right Side. To understand either the Other's Side or the Right Side, one needs to leave His Side...

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