External considering
Through external considering, the other person becomes as important as oneself, and one understands the necessity of adopting certain forms of conduct, for example, listening and a willingness to help. Practicing external considering enables us to struggle against inner considering since it teaches us to give instead of to take or want to receive. In a broader sense, external considering is a way of genuinely understanding another person, his problems, and his situation, and leads naturally to more positive feelings and a kinder attitude towards him.