Jim Sher

As human beings, we have the right to change our lives at any time and

any place. There’s no set of rules not to allow us to do so. What

matters is how to want to change and it takes sacrifices, also which

direction we want to change ourselves into, Good or Bad.As human

beings, we tend to find a closest space to park instead of parking far

away to walk. More of us should consider walking as a form of

exercise.

As human beings, we tend to gossip with other people for fun and

interest despite whether we know if the story is true or not.

As human beings, we tend to continue making careless mistakes. It’s

not because we are not perfect, but because we tend to rush things and

don’t double check.

As human beings, we tend to not support people if they did not support

us in the past. As the saying goes, “If you don’t scratch my

back, I won’t scratch yours.”

As human beings, we tend to overreact in many situations without

waiting for the facts to come out first.

As human beings, we tend to lose our patience when things do not work

out fast enough for us.

As human beings, we tend to get even with people who harmed or hurt us

instead of letting out tempers cool down and trying to resolve the

problem.

As human beings, we tend to be a couch potato when we enjoy our

favorite TV shows but always complain that we never have enough time

to exercise.

As human beings, we tend to be nice to people who are nice to us

instead of being nice to all people.

As human beings, we tend to love our children, whatever it takes.

As human beings, we tend to want to win every game or contest that we

enter and not think of just having fun and enjoying the event.

As human beings, we tend to mind our own business when we run into a

situation that needs our attention;

As human beings, we tend to love the beauty of the outside instead of

the beauty of the inside, also.

As human beings, we tend to buy things for what we want instead of

what we need.

As human beings, we tend to let people wait for us but not the other

way around.

As human beings, we tend to see only what’s wrong with other people

and not what’s wrong with us.

As human being, we tend to judge people quickly, but slowly to correct

ourselves.

Life is too short! As human beings, we should use more of our common

sense to do things, then everything will not be as complicated as it

first seemed.

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