Reality Check: Fair Practice?
It is no awesome news that “too much of everything is too bad”. The reality of the highlighted notion is the unfortunate level of desperation marked by an inappropriate and poorly sensored indulgence, fueled by the quest to be overly perfect and constantly remarked. The desire to dwell on a particular side of preference reeks of overzealousness. Humans, however are blessed with a thirst for ‘kudos’. Little wonder appreciation has become a thing in the secular world both in cash and in kind.
Practice makes perfect, yeah! But “over do” is no work, neither is “under do”. Life’s game and decisions have always operated sanely and fairly in the field of balance. Practically, you may want to experiment the feeling of warm water in place of either hot or cold. Nevertheless, staying balanced in all your engagements would need your patience in taking it a day at a time.
There’s something really beautiful about a mixture of this and that. It gives a situation a satisfactory balance. Talk about the notion “knowing something about everything and not everything about something.” Also, regard neutrality; the most awesome quality involved in justifiable indifference. Indifference however is not the focal point but fair practice is. Objectivity is a trait everyone should have especially as it pertains making decisions and dealing with humans; working in organisations or in another environment of uniques secularity. Even though taking a side speaks a greater volume of loyalty, I think that, sometimes, finding yourself neither here nor there especially as it relates to your relationship with your boss or a fellow staff could be the best inaction ever loudly spoken.
Wisdom, they say, is profitable to direct because looking at it from this particular angle of expose, a test of loyalty could be a bait or a set up. That is why diplomacy is strictly adviced in your dealing with fellow humans. It is the balance that makes you focus on what should be and not the distractions wrapped around humans and their daily drama. Dramatic endeavours are almost, always inevitable but c’mon, it is ‘the’ little this and that in your responses and reactions that determines your level of maturity and balanced ability in practice.
I guess you’ve heard of the term “equity and fairness”? That’s right! Even in law, the principle of balance is expedient in the justice you appropriate to any circumstance. Your societal values should be influenced by your willingness to initiate and subsequently sustain a perspective which can be examined in several dimensions of common sense and practical responsibilities.
In practising fairness, you should put into consideration, the constant difference in your needs and in the needs of others. You also need to effect the quest for less judgement(s) on your beliefs and that of others. You may also need to determine the level of your productivity and contributions, especially on your growth and even that of others.
Pause the Surge, Darlings! Practicing Fairness is no rocket science. I hope your custom lifestyle and system can strike an agreement with me!
© Nympha Chinenye Nzeribe