Oblivious …

I understand that I’m hyper aware of my surroundings. And I realize that not everyone operates like this. But coming from my brain’s perspective they should, HA!

Well, I hope you all have a day where you aren’t oblivious!!!


Be considerate of others … 

I met my best friend from high school at Starbucks today and we ended up having a discussion about rude people. This came after both of us witnessed an older gentleman tripping over a computer cord plugged in to an outlet. The cord was stretched across the floor to a table where a young woman sat working on her computer. Luckily the man wasn’t hurt, but clearly this was unsafe. Yet even after the man got caught up in the woman’s cord she did nothing about it. My best friend and I were utterly shocked. Thus, we began discussing the entitlement of certain people. How some people believe that their needs or wants far out way those of others. We discussed how we do our best to not welcome these types of souls into our lives. And that it’s OK to set limits with people who do us no good. It’s not always easy. But it’s definitely a necessity.

Well, I hope you all have a day where you are considerate of others!!!

Be a good human …

You never know the struggles that lie beneath a person’s surface. It’s one reason I believe wholeheartedly that being helpful and kind is crucial. Not just individually either. This kind of goodness is in the best interest of humanity as a whole. Could you imagine if our FIRST instinct was to help that rude person or to be kind to that seemly hateful soul? I know in this day and age we must be cautious and discerning when giving help. It’s sad! Our world is undoubtedly damaged. But I’m still going to hold out hope that genuine compassion still has a place here. And I plan to continue using it abundantly.

Well, I hope you all have a day where you are a good human!!!