"ATTENTION TO DETAILS"
June 12, 2019
"Believe half of what you say, a third of what you see, and none of what you hear"
There is a lot of truth in that. We as young minds need to broaden our minds and be very selective about the information we get from the different sources around us. We have the tendency to believe everything we see and hear, for example we can be easily moved by a simply attractive poster that we fail to understand the underlying purpose behind it and that is making us like things. Materialism is taking over our minds.
News nowadays has been taken over by fake news and we should take everything said in that with a grain of salt. Gossip has taken over serious news and it can do you a lot of harm.
We can fall into the trap so easily, wanting to get our point across, we forget to listen to the person we are speaking to. And even if we listen, how often we really seek to understand it?
So if you find you have an issue understanding someone, do one thing and slow down and think where are they coming from? What are they going through? What they need, or want from you. If you are empathetic, everything becomes easier. You should try and place yourself in their shoes; you'll understand their situation and their pain.
Be an objective listener, try and understand the person and their importance. This is because we are living in a digital age and there is a lot to see and believe.
We cannot choose what we see, but we can choose to believe or not to believe. Once, we are past that barrier of understanding, we begin on the path of being a good citizen and person.
And choosing what we believe is one thing but sometimes there needs to be an open discussion and debate and that is what is encouraged by the Lloyd Law College, Top law colleges in noida, debate society where the most relevant ideas are brought to the forum and debated upon. Lloyd also tries to nurture new and modern techniques of learning and debating and therefore has started training students in the art of Asian style of debating practices to keep up with the modern changing world and students have proven themselves by qualifying for Pre-Semi Finals in MSRIT Parliamentary Debate 2017, Quarter Finals in CNLU Parliamentary Debate 2017, Semi Finals in International Debate Competition at Indore Institute of Law 2018. Through their hard work they have received special mention in many competitions.
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