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Rearranging Deck Chairs

Rearranging Deck Chairs in Titanic

They argue and attract everything to that point which they proclaim essential. When in reality it is not a vital point.

We should have a healthy perspective and put our priorities in order.

As someone said, there is a healthy clash of disagreements.

But, some feed on it and while expecting from everyone to accept their views they are not so flexible when it comes other way round.

"Few people are capable of expressing with equanimity opinions which differ from the prejudices of their social enviroment. Most people are incapable of forming such opinions," wrote Einstein.

May God help us to have a sense of our own shortcomings, and put away the criticism and severity which we have woven into our characters.

None of us is infallible.

While some self appointed judges are neglecting their own characters and souls, they eagerly watch for an opportunity to criticize and condemn others.

"Seek not to grow in knowledge chiefly for the sake of applause, and to enable you to dispute with others; but seek it for the benefit of your souls, " advised Jonathan Edwards.

What is a priority for us? Rearranging chairs or hurrying toward lifeboats?

We all have daily battles and sometimes disheartenment takes over, shaking the most heroic faith and weakening the most steadfast will.

And we must know that others experience the same.

Stephen Covey, the author of Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, coined the phrase “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing”. Its message is timeless : keeping the focus and efforts on the most important.

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