There are some things we need to keep to ourselves. Sharing these things with the rest of the world, as much as we want, will not bring anything good.
Here are 7 things to keep in mind.
1 Do not reveal your most ambitious plans.
Do not reveal anything until you are sure that you can do it. Such designs usually have weaknesses, which you can not identify from the beginning. So, if someone notices them before you and mentions them to you, they may discourage you to such an extent that you do not want to continue.
2 Do not leak information about a good deed or charity you did.
The greatest virtue is to do something good without the hope of recognition. Drumming up our good deeds can lead to arrogance. If you feel the need to do so, you may need to reevaluate the reasons why you are doing good deeds. Do you do it out of altruism or out of a need for recognition?
3 Never reveal your lifestyle secrets.
There is no reason for people to know if you are dieting or if you have managed to get out of your habit of sleeping too late at night. If you have given up worldly pleasures to pursue spiritual goals, then it makes no sense to talk about it. Your emotional state must be harmonious and such a desire to impress others shows just the opposite.
4 Stay silent about the moments when you needed to show courage.
We all face different challenges every day, both inside and outside the world. Your ability to cope with both is not just about you.
5 Never say your opinion on important life or death issues.
After all, it is only your interpretation and not the objective truth. In most cases you will simply appear condescending, trying to convince others that they are wrong. Only in rare cases can someone benefit from your point of view.
6 Do not disclose family matters to others.
Always remember that the less it is revealed about your family matters, the stronger you are. These issues can only be resolved within the family itself. The more you complain to others, the harder it will be for you to overcome the problems.
7 Do not talk about unpleasant things you have heard other people do.
The mind and soul get dirty just like clothes, that is, very easily. The person who reproduces what nonsense he heard or saw is no different from the person who does not take off his shoes when he enters the house.
CONTRIBUTED BY geozee
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