Tuesday, October 23, 2012
It's quite refreshing to stumble upon individuals who don't feel obliged to sugar-coat their opinions in fear of losing popularity.
In other words, if you follow the pack, you suck as bad as they do.
What’s the point of doing what Peter did if Paul's already done it?
"If everyone jumped off a bridge, you're going to jump too?"
As Don Miguel Ruiz explains in his book “The Four Agreements" we must” Be Impeccable with Your Word"... It is possible to be impeccable, frank, respectfully... and assertive at the same time!
We are either people-pleaser or revolutionary-leaders as we decide to be our own shepherd!
Respect should begin with Self-Respect. Sometimes in the name of respecting others' opinions we dilute our opinions, which can lead to a loss of our individuality if it becomes a habit.
Some times its way too easy too please people than to displease them but then that comes at the cost of our rationality and individuality, that’s the challenge.
As long as one's opinion is selfless, I mean if it adheres to the well being of all then I presume the opinion needs to be addressed, well the people who don’t like it they can move on (please move on) at least we can blessed with the right people around us!