December 3, 2019

Humility Can Form the Basis for Compassion

Graham Roy

If you live in Montana for long, and enjoy our great outdoors, you've likely had a conflict with another person. Maybe you've been cut off by another skier while descending that perfect line, had a disagreement with a dog owner, or been a dog owner who had a disagreement with a non-dog owner. We've all had them, and they can leave us feeling negative about our adventures for the day.

In her article for the Missoulian, Jennifer describes a conflict between paddlers and motor boaters on a river, and she describes lessons about how approaching conflict with humility can prevent conflicts from occurring.

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Jennifer describes how humility can help us understand how to replace fear and anger with compassion after a conflict on a river between paddlers and motor boaters.

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