What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received that you wouldn’t give to anyone else? Why don’t you think it would apply to others?
Rarely am I at a loss for something to say. Thinking, thinking,. . . . .
Honestly, can’t think of a thing. So how about this one: Mind your own business!
Good advice for me, most of the time. But is it always good advice? Aren’t there times when we really should mind someone else’s business?
I’m thinking, for instance, of the right-thinking black guys who protected a white-owned gas station in Ferguson. They were minding his business because he had been a good boss, a man who tried to help out others, who did no harm.
This could take me on a whole philosophical rant, I suppose. If more of us would mind other people’s business instead of hiding our heads in the sand, maybe things like Ferguson wouldn’t happen.
And I think that’s all I have to say this morning.