Inconsideration = selfishness
Let me commence by asking you a simple question here today. Now here goes the question, which of course I want you to answer with complete candor as this is not a time to try to fool yourself – no it is not and it’s also impossible. That’s right, you may be able to fool a whole lot of people in life, however, one thing is for sure, you’ll never ever be able to fool yourself, no matter how hard you try, and boy do some people try. The question is simple. Are you inclined to be inconsiderate of others – family, friends and others who may cross your path from time to time? Let’s be a bit more specific. Are you inconsiderate of the elderly, of those getting on in years? If the answer is in the affirmative for you my friend, it’s a clear indication of your selfishness.
Yes indeed, as today’s title puts it, inconsideration = selfishness. Yes, it does! However, I’m not here to belittle you for your conduct or try to castigate you for it, my whole purpose here is to make you fully aware of the results which will ensue from your inconsiderate conduct of others who could perhaps do with your assistance at times.
Let’s never ever forget the universal law of cause and effect which governs the universe and everything and everyone in it. In other words, one thing is for sure and that is that what you do, good or bad to another, will – it must come back to haunt you, as the saying goes. That’s right, the inconsiderate, selfish behavior you show to others will indeed have its consequences for you as it comes back to haunt you in the future.
Now what really puzzles me is to know some people who profess over and over again that they’re Christian, and yet so much of their behavior toward others is completely inconsiderate. They are in effect very selfish. However, as already stated, what one puts out by the way of bad behavior in life, will – it must ultimately return to us. Yes, it will. So, in conclusion, why not treat others like you’d like to be treated and all will be well with your life.
• Think about it!
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