Become a Fan
Have you ever met someone that's absolutely ridiculous? I mean, get on your nerves to the highest power? Does it seem like they have no clue as to how you feel? Do they act as if all the hints you give are meant for someone else? Question... how do you know you are not that person? Have you ever considered?
Have you ever met someone that's absolutely ridiculous? I mean, get on your nerves to the highest power? Does it seem like they have no clue as to how you feel? Do they act as if all the hints you give are meant for someone else? Question... how do you know you are not that person? Have you ever considered? This message is for you.
Today you will focus on you and not the short-comings and deficiencies of your neighbor. Today you will examine you and become more conscious of the things you do. Let's Begin.
Yesterday, you said something that didn’t set well with your co-worker. You accused your first child of something your second child did. You failed to be responsible for paying your newspaper subscription, so you borrow the neighbors. You no longer add sugar, kool-aid, salt, and toilet paper to your grocery list because you get these items from next-door neighbor all the time. You took something off your supervisor’s desk and forgot to give it back. You raised your voice at clients on the phone. You brought chicken home AGAIN because that's what YOU love the most. You watched the "Lifetime" channel all day Saturday and Sunday, causing your husband to go to his best friend's to watch the game (in which you became furious.) At church, the Ushers "SHUSH" you because you were whispering too loud in church. More than once you have showed up to The CVS Pharmacy at 9:57 p.m., when they close at 10:00 p.m. I can go on and on. Shall I continue?
All the things I recalled, all of us are guilty of; some more than others. But, why do you go on throughout your day acting as if you haven’t done anything wrong? And if confronted, you go off. Why can’t you realize, on your own, that you’re bothering someone?
It amazes me that the person, who gets offended so quickly, has the nastiest disposition. Is that you? Do you want to find out? Ask about 5 to 10 people who are around you on a daily basis. Be sincere about asking and take the truth like a man. You will discover, you too, are aggravating. Do you only have a few or no friends at all? Do the friends you have only come around when you’re paying? Does the room get quiet when you walk in where your co-workers are? Do your family come over or call you every now and then? Does the voicemail catch most of your calls when you call people you know? Do your teenagers leave you home alone on the weekend and turn down your invitation for family time? If you have answered yes to most of these questions, I am more than sure, that you are aggravating. Here’s what you do. STOP IT!
Just stop it! Cut it out! Get it together. Tell yourself you’re wrong. You know what’s good and right; display it. Cause people to look for you, discuss your skills and want to help you go to the next level in life. Make a friend, be a friend, and you’ll be much much happier in life.