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THURSDAY How-To be an essential part of society.

We all know that we need more decent human beings in society. There is so much ignorance and hate in the world already. It’s sad. Too many horrible things are happening because of ignorance and hate. Too many people ignore the red flags and honestly, in my opinion, that is just as bad as being the red flag. Here’s how you can be an essential part of society.

Be smart

Be smart. Try in everything you do- finances, choices, surroundings, etc.  Be somebody and follow your passion. Don’t be average. Strive to be who you really know you can be. Use your intelligence for something beneficial to you as well as other.

Help Others.

Always be willing to help someone in need. Help someone who doesn’t have what you have. Do charity work. Feed the homeless. Donate your things instead of selling them. Everyone at some point in their lives need help.


Self discipline- It is the ability to control one’s impulses, emotions, desires and behavior. It is being able to turn down immediate pleasure and instant gratification in favor of gaining the long-term satisfaction and fulfillment from achieving higher and more meaningful goals.
Disciplining your kids- Discipline isn’t just about giving kids consequences. Instead, it ensures children are gaining the skills they need to become responsible adults. You are molding your children for the future. They will eventually be a bigger part of society and no discipline isn’t going to prepare them at all for what is in store when they are adults.


Compassion is a notion that is profoundly ingrained in our human consciousness. It has been proven to be crucial to our well-being in a world now shared by more than seven billion people. Indeed, the capacity for compassion in the human mind and heart, recently a topic of study in the neurosciences and the subject of ongoing discussions in psychology, ethics, literature, and theology, may be key to the very survival of humankind as well as the environment we share with other creatures.


A person with integrity won’t lie, will keep their word and won’t betray you. They won’t go behind your back, badmouth you, go after another person’s partner or cheat on you. They stand by a code of ethics that may make them foreseeable, but safe to the heart and one’s sanity. No unpleasant surprises come from someone with the most desirable traits in a good human. People who display the best human qualities follow a code of ethics that tends to be, incorruptible, and they comply to principles of common decency.


Life has its ups and downs. There will be good times, bad times, hard times and easy times. Everything is easier if one maintains a sense of humor, or at least surrounds oneself with those who have one. There is a reason that poll after poll shows that most people desire a sense of humor in their partners. I also feel that someone who makes me laugh most of the time will less likely make me cry too often either.


Bring empathy — the skill of putting yourself in someone’s shoes — to all of your interactions. Listen actively. Listening to someone talk is a vital part of understanding them, but to truly be understanding you need to be an active listener. Look past first impressions. This isn’t to say that first impressions aren’t important — they are — but more often than not people make their mind up completely about someone without enough information to do so.


Everyone should have these qualities. Although we all know that not everyone will have these qualities. If they did, we wouldn’t have so many problems and this much hatred in the world.


8 thoughts on “THURSDAY How-To be an essential part of society.

  1. These are all great points! I, personally, think that self-discipline is the most important part.

  2. These are all so important!! I wish they could be displayed as a constant reminder for everybody. Like you said, if only everyone had these qualities.

  3. So simple, yet some people find it so hard to do! Great reminders – I’m going to try to actively think more about what else I can do.

  4. Great post i especially love the compassion it definitely helps a lot xo

  5. Yes to all of these especially humor and compassion. Thanks for these thoughts. They are something that people should know but easily forgotten.

  6. this is great post! The bit about disciplining your children, when my kid acts up I try to remember to ‘discipline her with purpose, not for punishment…’ (I read it on a different mama’s post), it helps me…. Well done mama!

  7. Great points Jessie! I especially love that you mentioned Compassion as I feel like that is unfortunately something that most people lack for sure.

    1. Oh for sure. It’s sad how little compassion there is in the world today.

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