Living in modern society sometimes has some adverse effects on our reasoning and morality. The veils between black and white are easily crossed. One of the perks of being me is that I have been able to learn a lot from the generations that came before us and this is a little advice that I have put together for you from what I have learned from them.
1. Actions speak louder than words. Don’t let your words make you a liar, don’t make promises you can’t keep and especially don’t say one thing and do another.
2. You’ll only realise how important your word and your integrity is once you no longer have it.
3. Always speaking the truth doesn’t make you a good person, a good person is the one who may know the truth but knows which truths are better left untold.
4. Only weak people always answer with maybes, it shows lack of commitment and indecisiveness.
5. Love is asking nothing and giving everything.
6. Wisdom is knowing when to shut the hell up.
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