Ac­tions speak louder

Si­mon Hazel­man, Savusavu

Fiji Sun - - Comments -

We gen­er­ally know what peo­ple are think­ing by sim­ply look­ing at what they do. Their ac­tions and at­ti­tudes re­flect the way they think. So in essence, it is pretty easy to know what a per­son is like, and by that I mean who they re­ally are! In our daily lives each and ev­ery one of us are in­flu­enced by peo­ple of all walks of life. From fam­ily mem­bers, friends, neigh­bors, work col­leagues, lead­ers of so­ci­eties, re­li­gious lead­ers and par­lia­men­tar­i­ans. One needs to con­tin­u­ously ob­serve and stay fo­cused. You will find that as much as we would like to be­lieve that all is good, re­al­ity says other­wise. It’s a grue­some Fiji we live in as its ev­ery man for him­self. More peo­ple have be­come ir­re­spon­si­ble, dis­re­spect­ful, greedy, trou­ble­some, in­con­sid­er­ate, ego­tis­ti­cal, and most of can’t mind their own busi­ness. We have far too many wolves hid­den be­neath sheep’s cloth­ing!

Be­ware, for the ma­jori­ties don’t care!

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