Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can't help them, at least don't hurt them.
-so simple, so ideal, and so hard to master.
-a learning process, a lifetime of behaving in a certain way.
-Let us all learn this, breathe this, and do this a bit more often in our daily lives.
Don't put people down
We try to be the best we can be. But what we need to remember that other people shouldn't be taken advantage of. There is a shame in putting others down but feeling initial superiority. This seems to be some kind of psychological complex enforced by insecure individuals in an effort to maintain some sort of falsified image they have once created. When people miss out on their own confidence, they play out on people's nerves, or attempt to anyway. We have the power to build an imaginary wall and inhibit any remarks that come hither in our direction.
Ladies, we all have "The List" of what we expect our man to be like. His family, money, background, manners, etc.: the explicit and specific qualities that will make sense for a husband, father, mate, and partner. But why is it when we meet a man that grabs our attention, we throw that list out, or partially anyhow? When we gravitate toward someone specific, is it based solely on "The List", or is there some wiggle room there?