Mar. 6 – Daily Reflection
It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice.
– Church billboard in Kentucky
The real measure of your contributions
What is accomplishment? Is it measured by the number of zeroes in your salary? By status or your level of fame? Or could success possibly come from the number of lives you touch? In today’s world, where people are famous just for being famous, it’s easy to get caught up in the quest for being noticed and appreciated. People and ideas can be trampled along the way if nobody looks out for them. If leaving a legacy is important to you, it should not come at the expense of your values. If you let it, you’ll end up leaving a legacy you didn’t want, and that kind of defeats the purpose doesn’t it? The greatest and most noble acts are the ones that are done when we think no one is looking. When you stop expecting thanks or anything in return, your contribution is more welcome than ever. The irony is that the nicer you are, the more important you become.
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