63. DO YOU MAKE A MESS OF OTHER PEOPLE’S SWEAT? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers #forabettertomorrow #teenageinspiration #JackLookman

 DO YOU MAKE A MESS OF OTHER PEOPLE’S SWEAT?


As a teenager, you are figuring out how to live in a more connected world, where what you do can have a big effect on others around you. It is critical to consider the effects that your actions have on other people, especially those who have put in a lot of effort and work, such as your peers, teachers, families, and community workers. 

You gain daily benefits from other people’s labor of love and devotion. Your teachers put in many hours, planning lessons so that you can receive a top-notch education. Your guardians or parents put in a lot of effort to provide for, and support you. Your friends work hard to keep you in relationships. Community workers make an effort to maintain a clean and safe environment. 

Acknowledging this endeavor is the initial move in appreciating and respecting it.

You may unintentionally undo the labor of others when you act carelessly or disregard your obligations. For example, failing to do your homework degrades not only your marks but also the time and effort your teacher invested in lesson planning. 

Whether at home or in public, messing up a neat area shows disdain for individuals who have put a lot of effort into keeping it that way. Relationships that require time and effort to maintain can suffer when you take them for granted.

When you are preoccupied with your own problems, it is simple to forget about how your actions effect other people. Nonetheless, cultivating a mindfulness practice can assist you in increasing your awareness of your influence. 

Begin by evaluating the work that other people do on the things that you often take for granted.

Respecting the work of others can take many different forms. Little deeds like tidying up after yourself, doing your work on time, showing thanks, and being kind to others, can make a big difference. In addition to demonstrating respect, these deeds foster a sense of belonging and gratitude between people. It also promotes societal cohesion.

Keep in mind that your actions have the power to affirm or diminish the contributions made by everyone. Therefore, consider this, the next time you’re tempted to take shortcuts or behave irresponsibly: “Do I make a mess of other people’s sweat?” Make the decision to behave in a way that respects and honors the labor of others. By doing this, you become a more responsible and thoughtful person in addition to expressing gratitude for their efforts.

And bear in mind, that ‘what goes around, comes around.’

The habits that you sow today, may come back to hunt you tomorrow.





Thank you very much for your time. 


This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)


Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).



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