The golden rule is something all of us heard since we were young. “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” A simple statement that makes sense.
What is hidden within this simple statement is a much more meaningful lesson.
How we engage others into our life is how our life becomes expressed.
We actually write the script of our life by the way we live our lives.
Failure to understand this leads to not feeling accountable for our own life. Always taking every opportunity to blame our stituation or lack of progress on others. When none of this is really true.
Yes, there are obstacles. But it is up to us to adjust.
Yes, there are challenges. But it is up to us to not tire and persevere by continuing to experiment and learn new paths and new ways.
Yes, people don’t always act the way we would like them to. How we react to their behavior makes all of the difference. For we can only control ourselves and what we do. Needing to leave all of our emotions, in the minute, behind.
“Do unto others what you would have them do unto you.” There is so much behind these eleven words.
Like most things in life, understanding the simple is immensely more difficult than it appears.