Rubbish advice

I don’t know in what kind of shape we could receive an advice from others?!

The first advice comes either on shape of constructive criticise or destructive criticise. I think if we wanna avoid any kind of misunderstanding we should take a measurement for any kinds of advice when we need to give it, it should be within a principles and a specific criterion with specifics location and a certain time.

I believe that some advices take you away from your original personality and hinder the way you act freely.

ACT THE WAY YOU ARE, AND THE WAY YOU LIKE, THEY LIKE YOU OR NOT ( IT’S UP TO THEM) DON’T CHANGE YOUR PERSONALITY BECAUSE OF RUBBISH PEOPLE.

Why we need to feel that we are always wrong towards our feeling and thoughts? And why others feel that they are always correct, and never accept other people opinion. If they don’t accept, they start giving advices to reprogram your mind and attitude the way they like, so it would be easier for them to control you.

If you wanna live comfortable, broaden your mind, not as you want the way to think only, understand other parts perspectives before you judge and give an advice, Damn!

Why I need to have a fake personality and look ideal, and later you be surprised about acts and behaviours, if you accept the way I am, you are welcome.

What you think about it ?!

Thanks for reading!

2 thoughts on “Rubbish advice

  1. Hello Hussein, my take on this is let your “yes” be YES and your “no” be NO. Too many times we find ourselves walking on eggshells or compromising ourselves to save face or impress people who do not sincerely care about us. The only way to know who is really for you is to BE yourself – so what if the fake people leave. Our lives will be better off with the right people in it than the wrong ones frustrating it.

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  2. When critique comes from people I value and admire, I listen and take it into consideration. If I’m criticised by the people who take pleasure in hurting and degrading people I listen and have compassion. Imagine how life is difficult to those who aren’t able to lift others up… Even criticism has to come from the place of love and
    kindness.

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