“There had been a King whom had ruled over his empire for a rather long time. He had two son’s Grizwal and Roxmillion. Both had been groomed since a young age to the throne of the kingdom in which had been built over the last one hundred years. Grizwal was withdrawn, quite and observant to his father’s every move. Roxmillion had criticized every move, been critical of his fathers thinking and never had given anyone a chance basically stuck in his set ways. What are the true intentions over the sons we all know will eventually be fighting for the heir.
As the King grew old he had to make decisions based on a life time of effort. To decide which son would be taking his seat before he was gone quicker than he had come. He took constant notes and both of his son’s. Grizwal who had always watched where each of his feet had gone and Roxmillion who had not paid any mind or attention at all. One son educated in the way of the kingdom but had never spoken. Another, who had spoken far too much and outside of his boundaries.
Which son is fit to rule the kingdom?
One will help the kingdom rise and live on while the other could potentially deteriorate everything that once had meant something.
What Are The True Intentions
It’s quite a task to figure out what people’s true intentions are which may provide to you help throughout life. Some can use gratitude as a weapon to deceive while others use it for the greater good of humanity. To be grateful is not a tool to use in spite once something does not go your way. Intentions should be shown almost immediately through the actions but the world is not that easy to understand. When we give with expectations it could potentially eliminate the deed’s in which we are going.
As they say true colors shine in the end but the intention in which we go about our very day will determine our future and perception from the outer world. Stay close enough to your heart as to not let it be contaminated of that feeling that you are doing enough for others so you must deserve something. The mind has a powerful way of making someone feel owed when in reality there is nothing to give.
Question Of The Day
Have you been in a situation where maybe your intentions were not aligned with your actions? Have you shown gratitude as a feat to gain the upper hand?
Trust me, I know this is more of a pessimistic writing here but it is a question you must propose to yourself. From time to time we can all become absorbed in the sense of self and it is extremely hard to escape the grasp. We must all learn to reground ourselves before we get out of hand. To do good is a simple task. It is one that should be sought after without the expectation of getting anything in return but the feeling of relief.
It is embedded into out DNA to do good for others out of the own good will of our hearts.
Go out of your way to do one good thing for someone today and expect nothing in return. You will be surprised with the return.