|We as people dream many dreams… We face many choices and must engage many works.
It matters greatly, as to what we value in the ethics of how we live.
Do we think the quest of wealth is greater than the regard for the humanity of others? That is a question that spins around the globe.
It’s up to each person to know that answer within their own hearts. and it is up to each person to consider that question in the choices they make.
One cannot deceive ones self without bringing calamity into ones own life, and may well damage many others if such a thing is done. It is far easier to seek what is honest than to be caught and lost within spins of malice and deceits of many sorts. To be so is it the responsibility of each person to invest themselves to learn, that they gain knowledge and become with wisdom, to make choices that support and protect the dignity within them themselves and the respect the dignity of others. Such a think is easy, but it find much to be of difficulty, when one become confused about the values they claim to hold. There is loss and gain, its simply a part of living, because one has to put away some things, in order to move on to new and better things.
Often we try and hold on to one thing, while reaching for two or three more things. Instead of holding on to the values we’ve learn, and then reach for the things that hold values we want to learn and embrace.
We may stress and challenge yourself greatly to get the newest and latest material thing, only to come in time and find that it is no longer the newest and latest material thing. Therefore… we may need to consider “what is wanted and the value that is desired” before we run out and discard what may be stable and working, trying to find something that may be less that what we already have.
The question is: what is the usefulness of what we have… is that more important or not, than the pursuit to simply say, we have the “newest thing”. We we can discern the difference based on the sense of value based on the integrity of usefulness, more than the vanity of saying “I have the newest thing”.
We have a world of many people, who have chosen the latter of “the vanity of saying, “I have the newest thing”, more than the value of usefulness of what we already have.
This has produced a society that spans around the globe, of people making themselves stressed and depressed,… for the sake of vanity, “saying” I have the newest thing” And time comes and such thing is no longer the “newest thing”, but one went through much anguish, depression, stress and despair, only to find themselves, again, “driven to chase the newest thing, yet again. Unaware to simply look at the basics of “usefulness” of what they already have.
If the newest things improves the “usefulness” that one can gain to do more and better things that contributes to life, but if it does not improve the usefulness in ways, that improves what one has focus to make use of, then to have the newest things, becomes only a vanity, of saying “I have the newest thing”… and it has improved nothing in what they make use of as being usefulness.
Thus so, we find that is may well be important within our lives, to “think” and consider much, before we set our focus upon an act of choice – when the usefulness is not improved, by simply pursuing the newest thing.
There are many of such confusions, that drive good people to do bad things, and bad people to do atrocities of many sorts… and that is the damages that vanity can invoke in ones life.
What is the future ‘we” -“you” and the World Societies Seek?
Many want love or make claim to say they want love… and then throw it away, looking for “the next newest imagery or body shape or some attractions”… but there is no lasting love among people, without the work to make it last. To some that work comes easy and unto others they kicks and scream, and fight at every turn when work is necessary. Often the greatest work, begins within ones self. As to “attitude”, and “considerations”…. respect as to how they think of the one they had chosen to love, as well as how do they think of themselves.
|What is the future “we” –“you” and the World Societies Seek?
“One cannot deceive ones self without bringing calamity into ones own life, and may well damage many others if such a thing is done. It is far easier to seek what is honest than to be caught and lost within spins of malice and deceits of many sorts. To be so is the responsibility of each person to invest themselves to learn, that they may gain knowledge and become with wisdom; to make choices that support and protect the dignity within themselves and the respect the dignity of others. “