Poem about walking in someone elses shoes

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poem about walking in someone elses shoes

The World through a Poets Eyes by Connie Jordan

Empathy the ability to share someone elses feelings or experiences. I hate to use a cliche but walking in someone elses shoes always gives a new level of understanding.

Proverbs 4:7 Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom and with all thy getting get understanding.

I love that verse from the Bible because understanding is key in all you do. The book The World through a Poets Eyes allows you to walk in the shoes of another and feel their emotions in an effort to allow you to experience their journey.
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Someone Else's Shoes - original song

I met a saintly man who had no shoes,. I took it with a deft and subtle lie:. If you can put a little money down.
Connie Jordan

Poem: Walk In Someone Else’s Shoes

Jump to navigation. Probably the counsellor in me! Unless you have worn the moccasins he wears, Or stumbled beneath the same load. I feel that over the years, there has been a focus on the shoes and walking with consideration of the load being set aside. An example of a selective quoting of words maybe?

WALKING A MILE IN SOMEONE ELSE'S SHOES It is felt to date back to a poem entitled 'Walk a Mile in His Moccasins', written by Mary T.
patience is bitter but it bears sweet fruit

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They call him names and make up jokes about his mother. Everyone laughs… except Billy. Paul Cookson born Benjamin Zephaniah born Comeclose and Sleepnow It is afterwards and you talk on tiptoe happy to be part of the darkness lips becoming limp a prelude to tiredness. Comeclose and Sleepnow for in the morning when a policeman disguised as the sun creeps into the room and your mother disguised as birds calls from the trees you will put on a dress of guilt and shoes with broken high ideals and refusing coffee run alltheway home.

It's easy to walk in someone else's shoes. And to feel what it takes to place their footsteps With mistakes made. To never look back with a moving forward unafraid. Just ask anyone who has done that! There are so many Standing on the sidelines with a giving of their opinion.


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