Give

What ever we give, will be given back to us.  Whether it is love, money, a smile, hate, mistrust, judgment, whatever it is.  So be careful with what you give.  The saying, ‘what goes around, comes around,’ is so true, and it coincides with what the bible say, “Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”  So let us be mindful and careful of what we give to others.  Always give your best and nothing less.  In that way your best will be returned to you in perfection.  So if you want good to come your way and to be extended to you then be good to others.  If you want people to love you then give love.  Whatever you expect from someone, you should give it ifirst. 

So many times we wait for people to give to us, but what about those who are giving to us, who is giving to them.  It would be selfish to expect things from people that you yourself is not willing to give to someone else.  Don’t expect anything from people especially if you don’t give it.  So give and it shall be given unto you.

 

Be blessed.

Who Cares?

Really, I wish someone can tell me who really cares about me beside my Lord.  People appear to care until they are required to do something that they are not willing to do.  Do you really care about me or do you only care about what I can give to you?  Are you concerned about my well-being, my health or just yourself and your own personal desires?  Do you care how I feel about the situation or is it just about you and what you think I should feel about the situation?  Everyone assess things differently so don’t expect my reaction to be the same as yours.  We are all different people, with different backgrounds, so GIVE ME A BREAK!

Misunderstood

It is very sad when people misunderstands what you say.  Most everything I say and do are misunderstood by those in my circle.  To them there is always an underlying factor.  It is really frustrating when people continously misunderstand what I say and do because I have to keep reassuring them of what I meant.  If I say “I forgot to call you”, then it means that I forgot to call you and nothing else.  It does not mean that “I am trying to avoid you”.  What I said is exactly what I meant.  I have learnt very early in my life to say what you mean, and since then I have spoken what I meant, however, people just don’t seem to understand that.