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Words Of Inspiration (#21)

Learning to mind your own business. We are living in a world where people tend to put their noses in other peoples businesses. Its a habit that we all guilty of in one way or the other. The truth of the matter is, it doesn’t help us in our image building process. It gives us a negative reputation. One of which qualifies or describes us as people who don’t have any significant thing to do with our lives.

There are some cases though which the rule can be bent. These cases are when you find a person in need or someone needs your point of view on a situation or instance. What we must note here is that, UNLESS the person requires your 2nd or 3rd opinion, you should not in anyway interfere in his or her business.

We’re living in a world full of pretence. People seem to act like they care when they don’t. They rather sit back and laugh @ your plight or situation with other people. These people may not allow you to get into their business for fear of being scrutinised or being mocked @. However, you allowing them, gives them a clear cut chance to do otherwise to you.

Some affairs will also lead you to nothing but trouble. Some people would love to have you meddle your nose in their affairs just so they can put in a trouble that probably was never existent in the 1st place. The wisest decision is not to carefully choose which affairs to stick your nose in. Rather, its to stay completely out of situations that’s not yours to deal with.
Since these same people might not care about you when you face trouble or hit a rough patch in your life, why then should you?

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