just the other day I was walking down our city mall, behind two black women.
I think they were Sudanese, but not sure…
suddenly a white man pushed aside one of the women, so that she literally turned 180 degrees, facing me !!!!
it really shocked me to my core.
the woman who was pushed said (to her friend): “OMG did that just happen?”.
she was able to laugh it off, (sort of), mostly because the behaviour was so bizarre.
globalisation does have it’s benefits, as to does the internet…but there is also a downside to these things that play such a significant part of our lives whether we like it or not.
fom Mr. Google:
Empathy fatigue results from a state of psychological, emotional, mental, physical, spiritual and occupational exhaustion that occurs as the counselors’ own wounds are continually revisited by their clients’ life stories of chronic illness, disability, trauma, grief and loss.
it seems like there is just another terrorist attack, then another…etc.
I’m still freaked out about the Machete Attack in London On the afternoon of 22 May 2013. they had to use DNA to confirm his identity, because his injuries were so severe.
since then I’m trying to keep up with the latest attack.
I think it fair to say that all of us suffer from empathy fatigue at some time in our lives…but it must be so very much worse for the friends and families! I just can’t imagine it.
is probably the most significant characteristics of the human mind. Far more significant than reason. In fact, reason is actually a very cheap commodity.
– Edward de Bono
Just because we work in a fish factory,
it doesn’t mean we can’t be professional.
– Jo Cooper.
Question: “At Auschwitz, tell me , where was God”.
Answer: “Where was man?”
– William Styron.
Thinking and consciousness are not synonymous. Thinking is only a small aspect of consciousness. Thought cannot exist without consciousness, but consciousness does not need thought.
– Eckhart Tollie.