The melodramatic effect of desiring more than is needed deluges the people of the society with high-rated unfairness.
And with each step that’s taken to better self’s pocket, another thousand suffers bad fate caused by self-centered dimwits. The dimwit is one who thinks the least of the slight that he confers upon the innocents. The very kind amongst whom he lives, through whom he thrives.
When the game of cheat runs to an end, and the endless clamour to have more at the expense of others’ joy ceases, the unrepentant dimwit will know the world isn’t built for some microscopic few to dominate. Until he learns from his errors, he dies alone in the slum of despondency.
We all then should know, according to Seth Godin, that,
- “We don’t change markets, or populations, we change people. One person at a time, at a human level. And often, that change comes from small acts that move us, not from grand pronouncements.”
We wipe the tears off the face of a dying society. We create change by complying with the paradigm shift! Because really, a life spent for others isn’t a life that ends up telling its own tale. But one that’ll have its story engraved on the hearts of men. Never to be forgotten.
And that, even after his death.
Go and do likewise.
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