In situations where under the influence of undercurrent impulses the ego/self anticipates material/spiritual compensation for every favor, our perceived fortress might turn to sand in an instant. This, in turn, causes frustration in these times when traditional approaches are eroding and even breaking apart.
Many times, traditional approaches are not the main thing that triggers frustration and stirs up problems. Stereotypes are the culprit here. Evaluation systems built around narrow-minded stereotypes are to blame. And the lack of spiritual standards and knowledge-based evaluations doesn’t help either!
When traditional approaches urged by stereotypes are synthesized with spiritual standards and perceptions, and with new knowledge, all areas -family, church, society, politics, work, and leadership- will even out. Congestions and difficulties will be more manageable.
When stereotypes negatively affect our fixed opinions, when they arouse prejudice and negative conditioning, the influence of traditional approaches and attitudes grows involuntarily.
Malfono Yusuf Beğtaş
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