To shed light on the contrast between human behavior and animal behavior, how many times would you be willing to put your life on the line for another? Dolphins do it all the time. Research has shown that these gentle creatures are very cultured mammals. In fact, time and time again, they have demonstrated their natural instinct for compassion; more so than some human beings.
Age has nothing to do about this process; your mental attitude has everything to do with it! I have chosen to follow my greatest purpose for my life.
We spend too much time trying to get others approval, acceptance and love.
Love is both a gift and a task.
Sometimes it is difficult to open your mind and take a look at different ideas or opinions other than your own. I have found, however, that when I open my mind, I realize a great deal of rewarding benefits.
I, for one, have been impatient more often than none in my life. My expectations to receive something more than I already have has often frustrated me and caused me to be annoyed with my situation and myself.
Too often we are critical of those who don’t fit into the mold of what we call our friends or those who voice a different opinion then our self. We make excuses for the attitudes or behavior of our friends but then we tear apart others who do the exact same thing. We think it is OK to shun some people because we don’t like their way of thinking or their looks and yet we justify our actions because it serves our purposes. We often lie to ourselves as we twist
Too often we lost sight of our real purpose as we lose courage and strength. We get caught up in the mundane activities of our daily routine and become apathetic! Don’t move into frustration or anxiety or even feeling hopeless because those states of mind will drag you down and stop you from reaching your highest potential.