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Inspirational Snippet #11- The Golden Rule

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How we are perceived by others means a lot to us. This poster will elicit two different responses: it will upset some and / or empower them, positively I hope. It depends on whether you have been at the receiving end or the giving end of an attitude that flouts the golden rule. Have you ever met someone who seemed to boost their own ego by belittling other people? It is a sign of insecurity and low self esteem. It is a cry for help by someone who is hurting inside and hates him or herself. It is an effort to mask the pain in their own lives by coming across as someone in control and in charge or seemingly superior to others. Don’t let someone like that destroy your self esteem. And if you are like that please get some help before you destroy yourself and alienate others. Lets stop all forms of abuse. Lets all practice being more considerate. Only do unto others as you wish to be done unto you.

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Inspirational Snippet #11- The Golden Rule”

  1. This is really a great article. I found myself working for a boss who had such nature. But somehow, I got to figure out she was doing so to hide a certain feeling of inferiority. I then never took her critical attitude to heart.

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  2. Great that you worked out quite quickly that it was more about them than about you. I had a boss like that as well. She ended becoming a very good friend but our initial interactions drove me to perform the best I ever did because I wanted to prove her wrong. It takes a lot of reflection to retrace ones steps and find a real balance.
    Thanks for the comment. Please visit again soon.

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  3. Amen! Self-esteem is so fragile. Everyone should be looking to improve others by simple gestures of kind words or simple thank yous. Promoting others self esteem to me is a gesture of kindness. People need to feel valued and needed. Thank you for those great words of wisdom.

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  4. I so agree with you Ellyn. I always say, ‘if love had hands, they would be called kindness’. Anyone who can’t be kind to others has something going on inside them which is the opposite of love. You have made me feel valued by your comment so thanks.

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  5. Amen, Sister! If we all were aware of our own motives for saying and doing things against another human being, we would be more considerate. And especially if we realized that what goes around, comes around.
    Ciao,
    Patricia

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