A good moral lesson is worth sharing.
Desist From Doing Anything That Is Not Worth Doing
“Not everything is worth doing; desist from doing anything that is not worth doing”.
This is a good moral lesson.
Succeeding at the expense or to the detriment, of another person’s success is perversion or an aberration; desist from doing such.
Using manipulation, deception or compulsion to deprive people of what is due to them is not right, but is a violation of people’s rights.
Moral lessons seem to be scarce these days, but we need them to advance.
No matter our portfolios or the umbrellas that give us the authorities we operate with, we must endeavour to be sincere and to have the interest of our followers at heart.
Taking advantage of people’s vulnerability and ignorance is not a good way to make profit.
This moral lesson is for everyone, it does not omit you.
Empowering others and liberating them would pave the way for much greater good. But hoarding things meant for everyone, for ourselves alone, is simply a boomerang.
Keeping others impoverished while we selfishly feed fat, will always have a limit and will backfire when tables turn.
There is enough for everyone, give to everyone what is due to them.
In due time, others will learn; they will also release what is due to you.
The greater good will find expression and there will be enough for everyone.
This really is a good moral lesson and I think it is worthy of note.
What is your own opinion about a good moral lesson?