No compromise

Oh, border!

I never liked the word compromise, it feels like there’s some negative vibration hanging onto it. I used to think it was because I was stubborn and selfish. Objectively, it could be because the underlying meaning is that someone has to give something up. Yet again, objectively, sometimes we do have to give something up for the greater good of all. However, that then is no longer a compromise, but a matter of reaching an agreement or even a consensus.

Maybe it is because compromise seems to hang around the vibration of a scarcity mindset. There is only so much, and therefore someone has to give up something so the other(s) can have that little bit of something (else). Assuming we take the view of an abundant mindset, then we push really hard to see beyond what is available at hand, at present, and look for something bigger and…

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