SCT: TFBNJ Chapter 298 – A Rose Wedding (24)

“Have high standards for yourself, but low standards for everyone else.”

e.g., when someone is late to work, give them the benefit of doubt. Perhaps they had an emergency, or they had an accident, etc

Chapter 298 : A Rose Wedding (24)

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Comments (4)

  1. Anonymous · Dec 26, 2018

    We are alla different, expecting the same thing from the others, is just absurd. Be auto-sufficent and work in what you are strong, even for the other and help the other do the same. I learned that, in this wold, everything, except our personal growth, is meaningless, because the life is good at hitting us where we are still weak.
    So, be strong. :)

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  2. Phour · Dec 25, 2018

    I love that quote! I also live by "Expect the best, but plan for the worst." So, *goink* now stolen into my wisdom bin.

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  3. Cloverlin · Dec 25, 2018

    thanks for the update

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  4. Pan · Dec 25, 2018

    "low standards for everyone else.”

    This is why I have little friends, I'm so used to set the bar high for myself that I keep set the same bar for everyone around me. I mean, if I can do it, so does everyone else.
    You see, I'm not the smart, explained once and can do it all kind of person, I'm just your average kind of person, I just worked harder, sometimes repeating again and again, to achieve good result.

    Therefor, I hate how people just take the easy path when with just little bit more effort they can achieve better result.

    This make people avoid me. Some even said I'm arrogant.

    Now, I'm learning, to NOT expect ANYTHING from others.

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