96. ARE YOU WICKED? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman - Rita Nnamani - Olayinka Carew - Ire kabiti

 96. ARE YOU WICKED?


You are going through a really important stage of personal development and self-discovery as a teenager. This is a moment to consider what you do and how it impacts people around you. An essential self-examination question to ask is, “Are you acting wickedly?” Examining your behavior is important for both your own growth and the wellbeing of others, even though it may seem harsh.

Wickedness, or purposely hurting or upsetting other people, can take many different forms. It could entail being purposefully nasty, excluding others, bullying, or spreading rumors. These behaviors can have a significant and long-lasting effect on those in your immediate vicinity, increasing the likelihood that those you target will experience anxiety, loneliness, and low self-esteem.

It is critical to realize that acting with kindness and empathy requires deliberate decision-making rather than passively avoiding harm. Being kind to others helps you form good relationships and foster an atmosphere that is supportive of both you and them. This does not require you to be flawless or to never lose your temper, but it does require you to make an effort, especially in the face of difficulty, to treat people with compassion and respect; as well as to control your emotions.

In the event that you become aware of your undesirable behavior, there is always time to make a change. Recognize the hurt your actions have created and start by acting accordingly. Express your regret to the people you have offended and try your hardest to behave differently, and mend fences. This could entail asking a trusted adult or counselor for assistance in order to comprehend why you’ve been functioning in this manner, and how you can improve.

In conclusion, one of the most crucial stages in human development is to consider if your actions are acceptable or undesirable. Acknowledge negative actions, deal with them, comprehend the effects they have, and make an effort to treat people with respect and kindness. You will improve the environment around you and yourself by doing this, and you shall grow into a more compassionate, likable and understanding person.

Also as Food For Thought, could the effects of wickedness negatively impact you when you’re old or vulnerable? Or could it impact generations of your lineage in years and decades to come?




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Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).



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