To make a difference in someone’s life, you don’t have to be brilliant, Rich or perfect.
You just have to love and respect.
Thank you for taking your time to read it!
We can try to help people, but also they have to help themselves. It’s like going to the doctor. When you go to the doctor he may give you medicine, and tell you how to use it. He might say, “Take 2 tablets once in a day.”
But the doctor is not going to be at your home when you are taking those tablets. It’s your responsibility to take those tablets by following the doctor’s instructions he told you! You may even decide not to take those tablets. It’s your choice.
The patient has the responsibility of taking his or her tablets in time, according what the doctor said. Also the patient is free to throw away those tablets! Because it’s his or her choice.
When we help our friends, we are like the doctor. We can give our friends love and energy and good ideas. It is their choice to use our help or not. Our job is to love people everywhere we go, to the people we meet. Those people also have choice to love others or not.
If you have a story about free will, please share your story so we can help each other.
Neeraj Kapoor is a man I met on my blog when he commented recently. He is a great man doing good work to help solve the world’s problems. You can see his blog here:
He has a generous heart, as you can see from his comments to me:
Good to read your thoughts, becoming responsible to each other is a big problem. It is bit logical if things are limited and people needs are high, they will fight with each other rather becoming responsible.
I will be checking with my company for supporting Congo -its world’s poorest country … i will check if it may accommodate funds for Uganda. All the best to me.
You will have my unconditional support of love. Your work and thoughts well appreciated.
He surprised me by sending me an appreciation letter on Thanksgiving Day. I want to share it with you all. Here it is.