Thursday, July 18, 2013

Rock it!

There have been a few instances in my life lately and in my client's lives where people are afraid to "rock the boat". They don't want to do or say the right thing. Some have reasons like they are responsible for the money flowing into the home, and a few kids, but that still isn't an excuse.

The more we "look the other way" , the more we condone bad behavior. No good ever came of it, and much evil has fostered because of it.

When people do not have integrity, it isn't going to go away. People always hope that the person in question will suddenly "see the light" and change. Never happens. They sometimes can be shown th elight, but most times need to be shown the door out.

Never be afraid to speak up, or address a problem. Always address it in a proper and legal manner. Keep your energy high and use the best and fairest ways to deal with things, but DEAL with them. Make sure that you are not part of the problem, and ignoring an issue means that you are part of the problem.

We can't always sit and wait for the mysterious force of karma to suddenly appear. There is no deus ex machina in the clouds ready to come doen and make all the wrongs go away. YOU are a function and tool of Karma. Karma doesn't work through lightning strikes (although that would be awesome), it works through people.

Always, do the right things for the right reasons, and that means fighting wrongs at every chance. Never turn away, as someone may be waiting for a resue of sorts, and you may be the only person qualified to provide that. Think of how you would fell if someone had the power to help you , and they just walked away saying "don't rock the boat"?


Peshaui Wequashimese

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