GUIDELINES (OCTOBER EDITION): MY WORTH
WRITTEN BY OLUWATOBI OLADIPUPO (SUPERLIGHT)
There are values people attach to different things in the world, it must be noted that the value of those things to people could determine the worth attached. However, many people don’t know what they’re worth in the heart of people until unexpected incidents happen. Do you even know your worth with people you value, how many people can leave their commitment and support you?
What you’re worth in people’s hearts can be determined on how much you too value them. Some of us live our lives as if other people don’t even exist. I define love as, when you realise other people exist and you do good to them. If you don’t value people, you worth little or nothing in their sight. If you don’t worth much in their sight, you can’t be taken to their sites. How many times have you helped people close to you and when last did you ask after their wellbeing?
Don’t wait till emergencies before you know your worth in people. Little actions shown daily can loudly speak if you really worth much in their hearts. Even when they see every reason to leave you, they also find one reason to stay with you. Many people have been disappointed, because they realise how much they’re worth in people’s heart during emergencies, when they trust someone much for something but they were disappointed by the reaction they got. Get to know your worth in the heart of people before emergencies.
In your capacity, treat people well, never look down on anybody, value and respect friendships to people. Value people and always leave good impressions about yourself on people’s heart. Don’t expect much from people as they could fail you. Do you want to know how much you’re worth to people? Then test them with little thing.
Keep it as treasure in a cool and secured place in your heart.
Oluwatobi Oladipupo (Superlight)
Superlight International Communications Network (SICON)
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