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The Full Story

Have you ever looked at a situation and thought that you knew what was happening, but later you learned that what you thought you knew was wrong? Well, if that has happened to you, you were operating on information that was not the full story. Partial stories are very deceiving, and it is almost impossible not to form an opinion and react to something before getting the full story.


I found myself faced with the situation of working with a partial story, two times this week. I later found out that I was wrong both times. While thinking that I knew something that I did not have the full story about I began to feel a sense of disappointment. However deep down, I felt there had to be more to the story. So, with all my might and as difficult as it was, I kept trying to keep a positive attitude. I had conjured up something in my thoughts that did not happen.


It is very easy for partial stories to lead to feelings of anger, disappointment, resentment, bitterness, and frustration. Once I got the full story, I was relieved and happy that I did not react openly to a partial story. I knew what I saw, but what I saw was not all that happened, it was not the full story. Resist the urge to react and form an opinion to part of the story, get the full details, get the full story. I Will, Will You?

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