Shakespeare once mused, “All the world’s a stage,” and in the grand theater of life, we all take center stage in our own grand productions. That’s because the drama doesn’t stop when the curtain falls. As we hear about another shooting in Maine here in the US or the continuing tension and bloodshed in the Middle East or the ongoing struggle in Ukraine, there is so much going on around us. And our ability to understand and connect with others, especially in the face of disagreement, is a potent tool that extends far beyond the footlights. In the realm of theater, we immerse ourselves in characters, exploring the depths of their emotions, motivations, and conflicts. Yet, the magic lies not only in our portrayal but in the empathy we develop for these fictional beings. What if we could extend this empathy to the real-life characters we encounter daily – family, colleagues, and even those whose views diverge drastically from our own? M...
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