Told What To Do

Some people hate being told what to do or what not to do. Men resent it more than women. There is something powerful about the side-effects of being told what to do or not to do. This has been a problem from the beginning of time (Eve and the tree). It’s become second nature to be disobedient and rebellious. Being a child and always being told what to do 24/7 sometimes rolls over into people adult lives; Being told what to do, create a bitter, resentful and rebellious spirit.

From My Heart
There is a right way of doing a thing and a wrong way of doing the same thing. There will always be your way and someone else’s way of doing things. A part of growing up is learning and being taught. Being an adult doesn’t mean that you do what you want to do, when you want to do it, how you want to do it or with whom-ever you want to do it with. If you think back, everything you were taught, good or bad, it taught you wisdom and I’m sure there were lessons learned. But most times, we have to learn the hard way, right. If it were taught to you in love would you still be bitter, if it was taught you in anger, would the lesson be learned better??? A wise man listens to direction and prays about all things. Improvement is always a good thing. A hard heart is a foolish heart.

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