What sort of stories should people tell about others?
What kind of stories should people tell about their fellow human being? I have seen a great number of stereotypical stories about other people living in this same world, detailing their weaknesses and leaving their strengths untold. how can we keep emphasizing identities instead of our shared humanity? which of these two would help us better understand the world?
I think it would be far better to focus on positive things about others, and their accomplishments or great qualities. The focus on the negative is what makes the news I guess, but it is like airing dirty laundry. To the honest individual, we all have things about us that could be seen as negative, and no one is perfect. Airing those items doesn't help anyone really, and can give off negative ripple effects. The opposite is true also, that we can be a positive force by looking more at the positive things in others, and holding those things up for all to see. A good question!
I can't help but see the underlying tone of strength of leadership in your opinion. I meant a real leader who will inspire even the weakest among men to do great things through the way he or she understands and relates with people during crisis.
by Patricia Scott 6 years ago
Do you really care about others?On a day to day basis we read about ( or come in contact with) many new people If you read about or know of something that has happened to someone else, good or )bad, does it cause to take some kind of action?To do something for another or to share...
by truthfornow 6 years ago
Why do people post negative comments?I have had a few people, mainly those who are not hubbers but outsiders who ran across my articles, who have left pretty mean comments calling me a "loser" and such. I just read a hub by a young person and fellow hubbers left some pretty negative...
by Abba Elijah aka elijagod 3 years ago
Why will a Wife complain that his husband cares more about others than his immediate family?Some wife say their husband and not caring and other not always at home
by paarsurrey 7 years ago
The Golden Rule or ethic of reciprocity is a maxim, ethical code, or morality that essentially states either of the following:1. One should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself (positive form) 2. One should not treat others in ways that one would...
by Chantwaun 7 years ago
As a sufferer of emotional baggage, thats so deep it's threatening my arraige. It's time to do some soul searching. It's time to ask some questions. How do you stop the bad thinking patterns?
by Here to Help 12 months ago
What is reality? That is, what makes something real?For example: Is sound real to a deaf man? Are colors real to a blind man? Is the imaginary friend of a child any less real than God to a Catholic?
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