Writer: Walter Norbert Tusiime

So, what exactly is your issue? Does it really matter? Who does it matter to? Do they feel like it matters to them? What do they do if it does matter to them? Sometimes, if not most times, the entitlement in your pulp doesn’t even equal to the good you have done for/unto others.

It’s so disheartening to see many disregard the “The Rule of the Thumb” and later demand for results of the same. You can’t refuse to pay your employees and still think your business shall expand. Atleast, your landlord shall throw you out because of rent.

Be courteous enough to yourself to render the things that ought to be rendered to you. That’s how the rule of the thumb works. Don’t act or live like your brain works from a cranny and it’s all tyro, if not detached from the fulcrum of life. If it’s love, let your love be independent of the feelings you bear for your partner because that’s the starting place for unconditional love.

Again, what’s your issue? Is it supposed to be settled by another while you lie in ensconce and be regaled by your own thoughts of good expectation from people whose last name you barely know. Don’t be a hypocrite! Do what you want others to do for you. Pray for them like you want to be prayed for. Treat them like the queens and kings you want them to treat you. Serve them like you want to be served. Your issue is actually yours to sort when you feel entitled to have it sorted by someone else. Your issue is actually yours to sort when you feel heavy at heart for not having anyone help you do it.

Sort yourself Child!

Walter Norbert Tusiime
Leah Grace Oketcho, is a highly talented Communication specialist, gifted in leadership with over 3 years of leadership and management experience at different levels. She is a team player and has demonstrated ability in mobilizing and organizing others to achieve desired goals. Oketcho is well vast in the art of creating alternatives for ways to get results. She has over the years grown in the art of corporate communications and also participated in the development of performance management materials for various professional institutions. Leah received training in research, scripting, international relations, and data analysis as well as public relations. She is passionate about solving public health related problems. She has offered training to youth in oral and written communication, people management and mentoring, editing and documentation skills, public speaking.

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