“Knowledge is power, or so they say. This knowledge can be used to hurt, rather than give to the greater cause of humanity. One must realize that the good may not prevail at the beginning of the race, but those whom disguise themselves as good are found to be fraud. Being the best you can be should not be considered a menial task, being done for a short period of time to gain the upper hand. It’s a life long decision to make a difference in the world we live in today. Some tend to wear a mask to satisfy those around them. Take your mask off to satisfy being yourself and use what you know for the greater good of humanity.”
When you learn something, you can always teach those around you what you have learned. The infinite amount of decisions to be made, that can benefit the world are indescribable. Of course life gets hard but you must remind yourself; the universe will not give you a task that you can not handle.
Who can you teach today? Is there a way for you to give back, for the greater good of humanity, in a small way today?
Try not to pretend that you know what is going on. Rather do your best to learn something today, so that in return you may give the world a lesson they may need to know. Carry the power of knowledge with you wherever you go, with means of giving back at a moments notice.
Written By: Will
This is very good and short text that gives you so much wisdom and inspiration, especially to all those who want to become the teachers of the mankund, like myself 😉 🙂
Definitelly for rebloging…
Thanks for the reblog, being a natural teacher is a tremendous task to behold. If you understand what it means to teach, the beauty you can create is indescribable.
Have a great day!
Yes, it really is, even do I´m just a beginner in some new and mostly unexplored areas, due to the fact that I´m trying to create lectures in areas that are not so common, which means I have to make my own curriculum, and that takes a lot of time and effort…
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