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I think to be neutral is a good thing especially when it involves close friends and family. You being the neutral party can look at the situation objectively and tell both parties the areas in that particular incidence where they have made mistakes and allowing them to look at the situation from another angle and at some point realizing that what they thought was a big issue is nothing at all.
I have noticed that when there is a conflict between friends, each side believes they have done nothing wrong and the other party owes them an apology. Robert Evans rightly says there are three sides to every story: your side, my side and the truth. No one is lying because each member remembers things differently. If you being the third party choose to side with one friend then you are only making the situation worse. I know there are instances when no matter how hard you the neutral party try to make both parties see sense, both are so entrenched in what they think is right that no amount of reasoning seem to work. In such situations, I continue to be neutral and pray for each friend that God will heal their hearts from the pain they are feeling, and remind them of forgiveness. I am not in any way perfect but I do not want to be the friend that says things that will continue fan the flames but the one that quietly hopes that it will all be well.
Today's casual white and blue outfit, I wore to the city. Who says 40+ should not wear blue lippie? Please jump and pass but I have done it and no one crossed the road when they saw me coming. It is definitely out of my style comfort zone but thanks to blogging I am surprising myself one lippie color at a time.
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Jeans: Just Jeans
Sandals: Tony Bianco