Object Lesson I

Never share too much information about yourself—your profile, current state, experiences, people you know, everything. Leave secrets for yourself and for the people you dearly hold close to your heart. That way, you retain something worthwhile, something you and the significant people in your life would cherish.

You may not realize it, but the things that you share with others may have a negative impact on their lives. You may be doing something good/something that you enjoy, but is it right/the right thing to be doing? People may misinterpret it and follow suit; in the process, you destroy their lives the same way you have destroyed yours. You already have a problem and yet, you planted the same trouble in other people’s lives. You have just doubled your responsibility.

In the same thread, never accept everything shared to you—ideas, information, experiences, stories, connections, everything. Think through everything before integrating it into your system. Open-mindedness does NOT mean accepting every idea as it is; it simply means learning/knowing about something—that’s it—but not really submitting to the idea. Be responsible for yourself—don’t do things that you’ll regret later on, things that would complicate your life. GOD meant us to be smart decision-makers, always siding with what is right over what is good. Don’t make yourself pathetic by choosing pleasure/happiness over integrity.

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Recis Dempayos

Budding YouTuber / vlogger, occasional blogger, aspiring multimedia artist.

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