Look for opportunities to help make things better.
We can all find things we dislike, or disagree with,
but how many times do we attempt to improve the situation?
As a former prison-inmate, I was put on parole upon my release.
Do you know what I found out?
The “requirements” were almost overwhelming!
So instead of complaining, or avoiding the responsibility...
I pushed into what was expected of me.
Do you see insurmountable problems in the world around you?
Pick one - and then begin to do something about it.
Tired of seeing the homeless ‘beggar’ on the street-corner?
Talk to local authorities about how companies might help out.
Take the time to work on relationships & projects alike.
Learn to work with the annoying co-worker.
Give more love to angry family members.
And do precisely what the Parole Office asks.
Then look for way to improve on that too!
Take the challenging step of forcing yourself to do what is uncomfortable.
Dont limit yourself to what other people have told you
either about a particular person, place, or situation.
Discover new ways to overcome in your circumstances.
And when working with people...
Love more, condemn less.
"Don't fear failure so much that you refuse to try new things.
The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions:
could have, might have, and should have."
- Louis E. Boone