The Greatest Question to Carry in Life


Within the Journey of life, we will each encounter a variety of reactions from an assortment of people who retain a personal perception that conflict with our individual awareness. Despite the reactions that may get engaged, there is one question that a person can ask themselves to be aware of whether or not they are deserving of the response received:

Did I do anything with the intention to harm another?

The outcomes of life will often deceive to initiate us to reflect upon our situation and become more aware of the person that we are. There is no reason to accept blame or lower our dignity because someone has been angered by our actions. As long as we know that we did not act to intentionally hurt another then we know that we are not worthy of the accusations being handed to us. There will be moments when we spontaneously respond due to emotion or lack of control but as long as we know that it wasn’t intended to harm them, it will just be a responsibility to admit our actions and try our best to reach a mutual understanding.

Never fear the responses or lack of responses that you may receive within your journey. As long as you remain aware of your actual intentions and you maintain them for the greater good then you have nothing to fear. Go forth, my readers, live life fully and maintain your adventure with all the love that you possess!

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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