Do you think most people realize that their actions affect others?
It seems as if most people go through life oblivious to the fact that their actions, just about every one of them, affect other people. In some case the cumulative effect of personal actions can have dramatic negative or positive impacts on society as a whole.
No, I do not think most people realize their actions affect others. I think a very large percentage of people are so into their own thoughts about their own objectives, and take from granted their own comfort so much that they do not really comprehend how blessed they really are.
Americans are free. In Iran, China, Pakistan, India, Darfur and other places, Christians are persecuted and killed by Muslims simply because they profess that Jesus is the Son of God.
I do think most people realize their actions affect others. The concern is some do not care. There is room for everyone. We have a choice to limit ourselves. Those who are self-centered realize the benefits of being self-centered.
To be self-less is not for everyone. Many choose a dynamic balance of being themselves and adjusting to others needs.
To be both aware and alert is not for the faint-of-heart. To care for others feelings and reactions require empathy. Some simply do not care.
We have a choice to do as a stream of water does: go around the obstacles... be true to ourselves while being aware and alert to other people's needs.
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