"DO NOT TELL ME NOTHING! WHAT YOU GONNA HEAR FROM WHAT I LIVE? "! They may be perhaps two of the many forms that exist in the daily use of many couples and even within members of a family. But is it right to think and act like that? Many times over the years lived heard the maxim "It's in your heart your mouth speaks" and understand that each person lives the way they think is most accurate, although it could be wrong. And just this part of the reflection that I want to start now. Our attitudes and personal views are merely the product of what save 'within the heart, ie, as we are inside and express himself out. People who have internal conflicts manifest it to others to generate just that: conflicts. These are people who can not do something good without that is present through this accumulation of negative charge, so hurtful to others and herself.
But there is also another class of people living a quiet and internal harmony and when they enter the precincts of the lives of others, carry the positive charge, generating just all good, joy, peace, harmony. And they are very easily accepted by others and even searched for often, like magnets to a good thing. For both classes of people think that we must have respect. And this is where I intend to ask the question: who should be considered? Perhaps you disagree, but I believe that consideration should be taken with those who carry in your heart or you want to move the latter. It is difficult to have positive feelings to people you know and do damage. And sometimes irreparable.
The least one can have (a personal opinion) is simply indifference. It's just in this moment of personal reflection, noting that while it is true that in many cultures and creeds, a range of values that are life paths of many singular or particular, there remains the human logical criterion that we should bring to embrace certain conduct against events that happen to us and are adverse and even harmful. Let me illustrate with an example of the latter written lines: Is it easy to forgive and forget injuries from which a person has been subjected, and which have damaged not only his image but also their feelings? Particularly not think so. Then, followed by personal reflection, I ask myself the question: Is it possible to respect and consider that person who hurt you? The answer that appears between the thoughts is "yes" and only if you have a big heart would. But if that attitude remains malicious, will we have enough heart to continue considering forgiving and the person who made us and continues to do harm? Now the answer is categorically "no." And that is our human nature to react fully, consciously. I end this reflection by making one last question: So what should have respect and consideration for everyone, or not? This will motivate perhaps given prompt response "depends." While Jesus said "Love your neighbor as yourself", then you should "look inward" to find out how we want it based on this we can love others, right? And Scripture also says: "… one must forgive seventy times seven …" who hurt you, but I think that the person "affected" fall into the role of unintelligent often forgiving of those who received not one but many abuses. Perhaps these people are likely to have one of two things: either respect or consideration, but not both together.