A very popular saying goes like this “treat others the way you want to be treated” and it doesn’t fall far from the truth.
What does this even mean?
Yes we hear it all the time, “treat others the way you would like to be treated”, but do we actually follow up? Do we treat others as we would like to be treated? Well for last few months I have been intentional about my relationships. I realized that I have let go, and maybe neglected my relationship with my children, spouse, and those I’m connected to, and it’s time that I pick up, where I left off, applying that principle as the golden rule in my life.
Treat others, my friends, my chikdren, my parents, my connections, my family members, church family, how I would like to be treated.
I tried this before, and I was walked all over, did this before, and was taken advantage of it, but perhaps I was NOT following up with my whole heart, or right intentions.
So I’m trying again, yes I get that I MIGHT again be walked all over, and or taken advantage of, but HEY you got to RESTART sometimes, to get ahead… so here I am
I’m in for a GREAT START! As I began to shower kindness AGAIN, I started to receive kindness back, as I sowed love, I also reaped the benefits of it. It’s not easy, but with God’s help I can do it!I
As you treat others with respect, respect will also come to you, as you treat others with kindness, kindness will begin to make it’s way to your dwelling. Treat your connections, relationships, friendships the way you would like to be treated.
Sometimes we get carried away, but it is always good to get back to the shore.
The first step to RECOVERY is ACKNOWLEDGING your shortcomings, then stepping into action to do better than you did before.
The bible says, whatsoever measure you give to others, will be measured back to you. (Mathew 7:2)
Measure your friendships/relationships well, so that it will come back good to you.