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Animals vs. Human Beings

I learned that from time to time I have to act egoistic to get what i want. Sounds cruel, doesn’t it? Its life they say. This is the way we are, people want us to do all sorts of things for them and in the end we end up not having time to do what we want to do. So you have to learn when to say no. But don’t say no when someone needs you, when your help would mean a world to them. So we should learn to distinguish when someone asks for our help because they are just lazy or when our favor is really needed. I talked to a guy and he told me that he has three more brothers and that his mum makes breakfast for all of them every morning. I asked him why? Why doesn’t he make breakfast from time to time or at least help her? He looked at me in a weird way and said that this is what she likes to do. They expect from her to do that because this is what she always did and according to him this is what she likes to do. Maybe it’s true. But in my opinion that isn’t right to devote your life to others and that this is what makes you happy. It’s nice to see others happy and that this makes you happy. But yet please do something for yourself or you might end up realizing that all you did is serving others. What do you get in return? if you do something constantly people might not appreciate that any more. But there are not many people as this mum. There are more people who don’t care about others and all they see is themselves. We should find something in between.

There is a video about a dog rescuing another dog. The second dog would die without help.

Would you do that? Would you help?


August 16, 2010 - Posted by | Thoughts about life | , ,


  1. animals could be human, wow, what a lovely dog, for being kind and risks his life to save his fellow dog…
    Thanks for sharing, it is inspirational!

    Comment by Jingle | September 29, 2010 | Reply

  2. http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/2010/09/21/4ever-friends-thursday-poets-rally-week-29/

    two awards,
    share with 1 to 10 poets you like…

    Comment by Jingle | September 29, 2010 | Reply

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