A little more Tolerance will help you to Learn and Co-operate better
Unfortunately people tend to treat other people as if they rated as all right or all wrong. They class things as either black or white.
Many people fail to listen to others. Some criticise people unjustly. Many expect too much of others – especially when they approve of them.
We should accept the imperfection of others. If we do so we will expect that some of their actions (and ours) will prove incorrect and/or unwise. Thus we should listen more closely and carefully to other people and try to learn from their criticisms.
Too often we take criticism as an attack on our person as a whole instead of just an attack or disagreement with one or more of our ideas. If we accept the point of our imperfection we should already have allowed ourselves the “luxury” of making errors. Why get so upset when someone else helps us to see them?
Similarly, if we expect othersto rate as perfect we will feel disappointed and let down on some occasions. If we expect others to prove perfect on some occasions we will prove more tolerant of their errors. We will enquire more about what they mean by what they say. We will accept that they may have communicated to us something different from what they intended to “send”. We may have taken things in a way which they never intended us to take them
Often an effort to check what people really meant will show that we have a wrong meaning and/or that we took them “the wrong way”.
A little more tolerance for our mistakes and the mistakes of others should help us to learn more about other people and ourselves, and co-operativeness between everyone should increase