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When you know you can do something, and you feel good about yourself, you do not have to devalue others.
Wisdom tells us that the best time for silence is when we are mad or upset.
As a success-minded person, you should always be looking to not only do your job but do it with excellence and go the extra mile.
Success-minded people must understand that the use of profane and obscene words have no place in their vocabulary.
No matter who it is or what you think of them, never rejoice in the pain of others. It lowers you to a level you should not be at.
We are all different and we all have a different sense of humor.
Keep the personal, personal and do not be guilty of spreading bad feelings.
Trustworthiness is a mark of a success-minded person. To be seen as trustworthy is a great compliment. When people trust you, they expect that you will honor their trust.
Not everyone will support every mission or work, you can still enjoy their friendship. No one likes to feel that the only reason you are friends is what you can get out of them.
If you want friends you must be friendly. Always complaining and posting negative comments is not going to bring you friends. No one likes to get puked on.
Gossip has always been a problem. It is one of the most powerful, addictive behaviors there is. As long as the human race has had a common language they have used it to gossip.
By no means do I think that playing games online is wrong or rude. However, constantly sending requests is an act of bad manners as well as being very annoying to the one receiving them.
It is rudeness of the highest order to hit a family when they are down.
Remember this, posting pictures are like speaking words, you cannot take them back.
Okay, I cannot say this without being very direct. If you are looking for a spouse or even a romance through social media, you are looking for trouble.
Posting something that is encouraging and well done compared to something that is trashy and common is the difference between eating a fine meal or the scraps from making that meal.
If someone is trying to share a laugh and you personally do not find it funny, then just move on and leave it alone. Do not steal someone else’s humor.
Heroes show us courage, honor, integrity and strength. Now more than ever, we need heroes.
We have gotten so use to humor being something nasty and offensive that we started to believe that was the only way to get a laugh.
To be truly grateful for the kindness of other and to have those you love in your life is a great and powerful emotion.
The rules from those who are politically correct restrict what you can say to or about anything in our daily life. They tell you what to call others and what others can call you.
Every decision you ever make has its own consequences. Freedom is not the issue. You have freedom to do what you want, you just cannot do it and not pay the price for it.
Good manners is just being respectful of others. Whether you know them or not, you should show respect for all people.
Everything has a consequence to it.
Posting your thoughts on any social media site is like telling you most deeply held secret to the town gossip. Not a wise move.
Social media is just that - social.
It seems that the days of public modesty and concern about how we look are far from us. I will not say they are gone forever, in culture nothing is forever.
I believe that when a person has hope in the future, believe in their ability to achieve and understand that God made them for a purpose, then they will, in the end, and achieve great things.