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Words Of Inspiration (#149)

There’s a growing sense these days in the world that being rebellious is the only way to get your message across. Take for example the riots in Britain last year. Very unnecessary, in fact there’s no amount of defense that can excuse you from such petulance.

We must use will power and perseverance to find other ways to getting messages across. Those rioters in Britain may have somewhat sent a message but in reality what they really did was to put more jeopardy on the financial stress that already bemoans the nation.

Standing for something does not mean being over aggressive or rebellious. It means doing the right things the right way for the right things you believe in. Rebelling only tarnishes that and rather than have people take you seriously, you become an outcast to majority of society.

A society that may very well consist of others in trenches like you or well stabled financially and living. Those who do fall in that category but would yet rather not take part in rebellious acts may do so because they fear the law. Or maybe they think there are better ways to have messages sent across.

Destroying a nation you want to live in is paramount to destroying your life in a nutshell. Rather than taking a rebellious standpoint to your beliefs, find a meaningful less violent manner to deal with these issues.

The keyword for today is DIALOGUE. There will be barriers in between dialogues or sometimes in the initial stages, but once again, will power and perseverance are key to forcing a breakthrough.

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3 thoughts on “Words Of Inspiration (#149)

  1. Very powerful choice of words and the right subject for today’s world. Most people will pick the wrong way to do the right thing because they don’t have the patience or belief in the system. I am leaving here with this. “Standing for something does not mean being over aggressive or rebellious. It means doing the right things the right way for the right things you believe in. ” Stay blessed brother.

  2. Pingback: Margaret Lee Runbeck: Rebellious learning « Rubber Tyres --> Smooth Rides

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