Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Loose or strict?

When it comes to ethics, most people treat themselves loosely and others strictly. Instead, try being strict with yourself and gracious toward others. You'll get along a lot better with the world. -- Eric Sink

1 comment:

  1. I've heard it said that we are to love our neighbor as ourselves. In other words, when we are hard on ourselves we tend to be hard on others too as it is also written that we condemn ourselves of doing the very things we have judged in others. On the flip side, when we are merciful to others we reap mercy upon ourselves. God cannot be mocked. We reap what we sow.


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