When we are responding to a situation, event or circumstance it implies “think before we act” and cannot be labeled as either a “good” nor “bad” action. To respond is normally regarded as the preferred options, rather than to react… not because it is necessarily the “correct way of doing things”, but because to respond means to “thinks things over”… even if only for a second or two.

Responding to a situation or event is possible when there is a…

When we have the above the above in place to source from, it is more than likely that we would rather respond than react to stimulus from our external environment.

Responses are founded and driven by our life scripts, common sense, reasoning and mental alertness, which frequently results in the ripple effect.

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  • Last modified: 25 September, 2018 @ 10:48am
  • by Jan Viljoen