Have your own bite of a cake!

There are instances in life when you stand for what is rightful yet have the tendency to becoming sarcastic in the way to express it. But isn’t it that the truth always hurts? When is being upset acceptable?

People face differenf pressures in life. Some have high tolerance over repeated mistakes or wrong practices. Some are impatient enough that they get agitated when rules and agreements are broken. This then leads me to the second question, why are conflicts common to two or more individuals that are placed together to work at a common goal? — Broken agreements. When agreements are broken wrong things happen. Reactions matter. Decision matter. Change matter. And everybody needs to agree to change. Everybody should take his piece of a cake and be willing to fit in for the common good. If not, then growth will be impossible.

The Bible is clear when it comes to uncontrolled temper. “In your anger, do not sin.” Eph. 4:26 And it is also clear in the Bible to keep everything in order for God is a God of order. Life is a balance of sweet & sour, salty and bitter, cold and hot. It always takes two to tango. It’s easy to accuse or to judge someone. But instead of pointing out others as the only ones who erred how about considering your part of the game. Have I helped enough others? Did I do my fair share? Have I contributed enough for the common good? Nobody is perfect. No one has the right to judge. No one is indispensible. In the end everyone will give account to his action. Let God be the judge and treat everyone fairly as we can. For everything here on earth is all vanity. As king Solomon had concluded “The conclusion, when all has been heard, is: fear God and keep His commandments, because this applies to every person. For God will bring every act to judgment, everything which is hidden, whether it is good or evil. (‭Ecclesiastes‬ ‭12‬:‭13–14‬)

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