So why do I say we’ve seemingly forgotten the concept of give and take?
Because humans decide to do what’s best for him/herself.
Because humans decide to be selfish and speak/act in such a way that suits his/her needs.
Now, read that correctly. I said humans.. not “all” humans.
SO HERE’s the catch:
Some humans mistreat others.
Some humans demonstrate ungratefulness and unkindness, violence, and self destruction.
Some humans speak with arrogance and ignorance.
And yet, they
Complain when they’re taken for granted, backstabbed, abused.
Wear the frown in their “dark and grey” world.
Are confronted with friction from others, difficulty when needing help, and unforeseen misfortune.
Possibly have bad health. God Forbid, May pass away too soon.
What we get is what we deserve. What we give is what will come back to us. Science, Religion, Evolution… every approach tells us this same thing. Our thoughts are real the moment they leave our lips. Our thoughts take life the moment we act on them. In these moments, our thoughts are OUR reality… (hence why reality is seen differently from one person to the next… and each one is correct) … and our reality becomes our life. It’s a choice… what you think… what you give… and in return… a gift or equally a consequence. The choice is ours.
We should GIVE what we deserve because it’s wholesome and good… and others deserve it too. In turn, we’re all looking out for each other… thus the cycle of our species remains fruitful and strong.
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