Make sure you treat everybody right…

A lot of people only show respect to the clean, classy and wealthy people. A lot of people are following religion’s principles, but seem to forget about the mains spiritual reality: God judges you by your acts, as your daily way of acting is deeply intertwined with your REAL beliefs.

My advice to all of you readers would be not to despise anybody. Remember that God comes to you in so many different disguises. It could be the begger next street or the child next door. Well, if you despise the begger or the poor, how will you be ready to welcome the king?

In spiritual matters, persons are not valued by their material possessions, but by their hearts. If you are rude and heartless, either change your ways or God will reject you in the end.

The Holy Scriptures abound in multiple examples. Before being anointed, King David was the smallest and the most humble goat keeper you could find. He became one of the most respected king of Israel.
God loves humbleness, that’s why he often chooses the most humble people to teach you about life. I myself have learnt more from modest people.
Not only the Bible, but real life teaches you not to feel superior to anybody. Some greedy girls might have missed a prince in the poor guy they despised and rejected because of his lack of financial means.

My advice is: open your heart, open your ears. Be nice to most people unless they are rude to you. It could be God or an angel in disguise talking to you.
Treat your neighbor the way you’d like to be treated in return and God will bless you in so many ways.

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10 thoughts on “Make sure you treat everybody right…”

  1. Well said. I am in total agreement. In any situation in life, whether a social, professional, or casual setting, always treat everyone with respect and caring, no matter their attire or appearance. You never know what people are going through, and you will be a better person if you take the time to find out. Thank you for this post.

  2. Nice essay. Unfortunately in nowadays it is so hard to find people acting just like you wrote. We should be proper in every place, every time, in every simple situation, whatever happens, but it is very hard to be on the right side of the hedge :). Personally i’m trying to be better.

    Sorry for my grammar 🙂

    1. I don’t know Mariah Carey…frankly she belongs to the kind of “celebs” along with Paris Hilton that I find superficial and annoying…I hate what kind of person she represents..this does not apply to her as we are not in any contact as far as i am concerned…

    2. Mariah Carey hasn’t of course done anything bad to me. I don’t know her and she doesn’t know me. I don’t think i’d be rude with her if i met her, but i’d just greet her maybe and go away lol

  3. Not that I’m being sarcastic or anything; I’m truly curious who “everybody” entails. Is it just everybody whom you meet in person? Or just everybody whom you know you’ll effect?

    1. When I was writing this article, i was mainly thinking about people you meet in person…but on a personal level, I think that it doesn’t cost us anything to be nice on the internet, unless the person is very rude…

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