Be there for people, but don’t micromanage.
Be hard on them for adhering to timelines, yet be easy how they achieve it.
Teach them to be better people, but be their biggest protector when anyone external points a finger at them.
The balance of love and law.
Wanting others to succeed
Working with ethics
Rooting for others’ success (Most won’t, even if it appears that they do)
This was a random question by one of my smart school friends on one of my tweets.
It got me thinking.
Not to think of what to respond, rather to think of where we have landed ourselves.
We want evidences of thoughts we think intuitively.
We want to buy a car recommended by most people.
We want to wear the brand our boss wears because subconsciously it would make us look cool in front of him.
We want to send our kid to the school that promises best education, unmindful of the fact that the best schooling happens at home.
We want to…
All these are good wants. But that’s all they are. Wants.
They override the innate need that we all have: Needs.
One of our fundamental human needs is listening to our intuition. It will never have evidences. Nor does it want any. It is full by itself not having to want (or need) any validation.