Tuesday November 3, 2009 #169
“Expecting the world to treat you fairly because you are good is like expecting a bull not to charge because you are a vegetarian.”
“Why me?” It has been a question as long as people have existed. A car wreck, a lost job, an illness, a lost lover, the list goes on. Just being a good person does not guarantee fairness. It is only when we combine goodness with purpose and action that the world gives you success more often than not. There are still no guarantees, but since we tend to get what we give and what we act upon, you may as well be a good person, have a purpose, and act.