Don't look the other way when injustice occurs!

Motto of the day*
Not what we have 
but what we enjoy constitutes our abundance.

 Epicurus
Those who seek injustice, just need to open their eyes.

Injustices

 

How do we deal with injustice?

Problems in distant countries and on our own doorstep

 

It is easier to criticize problems in distant countries after watching the news than to clean up our own mess. Do not look the other way in the face of injustice!

How would it be today to look more closely at how we have something to contribute to more fairness in this world? What reality deserves some support? Where can something be made fairer, friendlier, more beautiful? What stands in the way?

*Note

 

I select the motto of the day mostly because something about it appeals to me. Something attracts me or irritates me. It feels as if it could contain something and I want to get to the root of it. So I dedicate a motto to each day and let myself be surprised what it has to offer me.

Sometimes the reason for the choice clarifies itself only after a while. That's why the thoughts about the motto of the day are often not articles, but associations. They are thoughts transformed into words. They are spontaneous and I also publish them frequently while I am traveling. They, therefore, tend to appear in fragments. Feel invited to add your associations in the comments. Enrich the thoughts with your perspectives – to complete the picture.

 

 

 

How do you benefit best from the motto of the day?

 

Ask yourself constructive questions like the following and you will personally benefit from each motto of the day:

 

  • What triggers the topic in you?
  • Under what circumstances do you agree with the statement and when not?
  • What is the significance of the statement for you?
  • How can the motto of the day enrich your life?
  • In what context could the statement be useful?
  • Where and when do you want to remember it and how?

 

 

And what can I do if I disagree with a motto? There is often something personal to learn from quotations with which we disagree. Helpful questions in such a case are:

 

  • What do you specifically disagree with?
  • Do you think the statement is generally not helpful or only not suitable for you personally?
  • Which aspect is worth taking a closer look at?

Just ask me personally

 

Let's get into a conversation. Please post any questions that may be interesting for other readers in the comments. If you are interested in coaching or training, for personal questions about that and appointments you can reach me best by e-mail (mail@karstennoack.com), phone +49(0)30 864 213 68, and mobile phone +49(0)1577 704 53 56.

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P.S.

 

What do you think; is it worth having a closer look at how to contribute to more fairness in this world?

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Published: April 22, 2021
Author: Karsten Noack
Revision: April 22, 2021
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