Finding happiness in being selfless only works when you’re surrounded by unselfish people too. Otherwise, you’ll only end up feeling used and alone.
As one notable Latin phrase goes: Nemo dat quod non habet.
No one gives what he does not have.
Sometimes a hero needs saving too.
Just when I thought that we’re past the age of sexism I would see vehicles labeled on the back with either “lady driver” or “new lady driver”.
I’m not sure if they’re expecting to be pampered because of it or not, but why? Why not just simply say “NEW driver”?
Woman, if you allowed yourself to be labeled as such, IMO you’re being discriminatory to yourself and to every other woman driver there is.
Maybe I’m just overreacting to something that might be considered as a minor or insignificant detail. Still, gender/sex should not matter on the road.
Being a woman does not make you any less of a driver.
There will always only be good, uninformed, misinformed or a-hole drivers — no gender attached.
// PS shoutout to the amazing women in my life: wife, daughter, sister & mother.
I chanced upon this post on Imgur regarding Bill Gate’s view on generosity.
He was quoted to have said that the amazing yet unrecognized people who shares even the littlest that’s left of them with others, or gives up personal comfort to help, are the world’s most generous philanthropists — not him.
What struck a chord in me is this one specific discussion in the comments section of the post. Continue reading Generosity is subjective
Always assume miscommunication over malice.
— Gregory Ciotti, “Lessons Learned from 6 Years of Working in My Pajamas”