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Do the right thing for yourself and others.

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August 25, 2012 - Posted by | advice


  1. Do the “Right Thing here”… “send a comment to this blog”…ha! :)

    Interesting subject:
    Yes, I notice You Dear Reader Are Worth It…this subject could be expanded a few ways.

    I think it is a Sales Pitch when followed by advertising.

    …other aspects of the subject is: There’s many out there who think the world owes them a living…they think they are worth it, even though they have not earned any “merits towards worthiness”…in the way of what’s always been known as “acceptable” to society.

    …then there’s great generosity towards others further happening “doing the right thing for others…who may or may not be “in need” of help financially or otherwise.

    The Social Media, mainly Face Book seems to have set the pace for both…”do right for Yourself and Others.

    Perhaps the Deeper Generosity has always been in human beings, to share… to give, but it was buried within oneself… with no exposure…until Social Media came along to “share with the world.” then, like a takes off.

    Lots of changes in this “new world”!

    Is there a balance in the “Do Rights”?


    Comment by Gaia | August 26, 2012 | Reply

    • Gaia,
      Whoa. Many “deeper” subjects here than I – perhaps naively – intended. (And since I have never even looked at the “social networking” websites, I am/was unaware of any Facebook activity along these lines.)

      I had no “sales pitch” in mind. And I have no answer to your question. I only hoped that someone (or, some people) out there in Internetland, well, um, maybe it might cheer and “resonate” for them.


      Comment by techpaul | August 26, 2012 | Reply

  2. Yes, Paul…u have a point to your “cheers and resonates”, that’s appreciated for sure. But what I wrote here is all over Social Media…the pros and cons of that and related subjects. Continue your good cheers and thoughts. :)


    Comment by Gaia | August 26, 2012 | Reply

    • Gaia,
      I will take your word for it that such sentiments are “all over the social media”. So.. I guess that makes me a copycat..

      But I stopped watching TV years ago; have never “Facebooked”; and, when I listen to the radio, and someone starts talking? I either change the channel or turn it off. I now get my entertainment advertisement-free, or not at all. (I think advertisements are a worse pollution than smog.)


      Comment by techpaul | August 26, 2012 | Reply

  3. Good for you Paul! I take much of the same position with what I watch and listen to…and it’s not TV.

    Having worked with National Radio, I am still a radio buff, but even there I am choosy with what I listen to.

    Yes, I’ve “explored” Face Book and Twitter and other blogs in arenas where I ran into these controversial subjects….not very “up-lifting” to say the least.

    I wonder what some of your other readers think of this subject?


    Comment by Gaia | August 26, 2012 | Reply

    • Gaia,
      Well now that you have asked, maybe some will share.


      Comment by techpaul | August 26, 2012 | Reply

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