This is the fourth of a five-part series on what you know about love that you’ve learned is not okay, and why what you’ve learned is wrong.
We are not only responsible for ourselves.
Similar to last week’s post, there is a myth that we’re only responsible for ourselves.
Any new parent’s mind has got to be blown by the level of responsibility that you have once you have a kid.
I know mine was.
I had NO IDEA what I was in for. I had to keep that little bundle of nerves ALIVE?
There are also puppies, kittens, elders, sick loved ones, and other beings in the world who rely upon us.
Just as we rely upon them.
You are touched when you turn the news on and in a rare moment you see a caring story about how someone’s act of kindness was instrumental in someone else’s life.
You feel that pang because at the end of the day, we ARE responsible for each other, and you hear less and less about this, so any reminder touches your heart.
When we make sure that our needs are met, we can then go forth and take care of others.
That’s what we’re here to do.
Because once again, it’s how we’re wired.
We do want to survive as a species and as a planet, right?
Cheers to thriving in business & love,