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March 23, 2011

Inequity

Filed under: John Morgan's Blog — John Morgan @ 6:07 am

Here’s a question to ponder: “Can I ask of you something I’m unwilling to do?”

My answer is “Yes” if I’m paying you, otherwise it’s an inequity.

Life isn’t fair so we will experience lots of inequity, so how do we do our part to stop contributing to the collective pot?

Stopping begins when you notice you have started something.

You can begin by recognizing that you’ve started expecting things from others that you are unwilling to give them.

That produces inequity and inequity causes friction.

There is always a push-pull with another. This activity acts to bring us back towards balance. It’s a dynamic process that works rather well, until we expect to get without giving.

Consider the serial cheater. This is a person who has had multiple liaisons while married to another. Notice their reaction when they find out their mate has cheated but once. FRICTION!

They were unwilling to give loyalty but expect it in unequal measure from another.

I can’t ask of you that which I’m unwilling to do and truly expect cooperation. That relationship will come unglued and inequity will be at the center of the feud.

If you just went off in your head and counted the number of times inequity has happened to you, you have missed the lesson.

The lesson we can all pay more attention to is the answer we get to this question: “What is it I’m expecting from you that I’m unwilling to do?”

 

All the best,

John

ACCOMPLISH ANYTHING
LOSE WEIGHT & KEEP IT OFF
STOP SMOKING FOREVER
SLEEP THROUGH THE NIGHT EVERY NIGHT
IMPROVE YOUR SELF CONFIDENCE
I LOVE MY BODY
RELAX IN 2 MINUTES
FEEL FOREVER YOUNG
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