Even though we humans are basically similar in our inner organism (physiologically and anatomically), our outside attitude and behavior can be so diverse as nothing else. Regarding our own history, our social and cultural background, we all have a different story and different teachings in life. Every little interaction, ever little experience forms the person we are today, imprints the ego and determines likes and dislikes. In regards to that, every human should at least be understood and, more importantly, whatever someone feels can never be wrong. There might be a different opinion about a certain incident, but the way one person felt in that situation can never be wrong, cause this person really felt that and should be taken seriously. Every person should be taken for real, handled with respect, regardless of the story itself or of the own interpretation and opinion. We should always be conscious and reflective about our own prejudices and prejudges. I experienced from my own work with people in the last years, that a certain incident often has way more layers behind, than the actual story we see in the first moment. It\'s often about how the person felt within a situation than the situation itself. Whatever is triggered by any incident, it can be very various regarding each one\'s story. And in the end, surprisingly, the stories itself are repeated for all humans, only in different settings and executions. The dynamic itself is often repeated over and over again. A spiral of life.