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We are all great complainers. We like to point fingers. We like to see something wrong in a person we disagree with, even if he/she’s trying to solve a problem that could beneficially affect us. We can’t admit that there may be a benefit to us, because we have personal agendas, too. We have a set of behaviors we don’t want anyone to fool with. Sometimes, it doesn’t matter if our agenda is right or wrong. It matters only if we think it’s right or wrong. And we love to talk about it.
This is usual human behavior. But is it intelligent human behavior to only talk, point, and criticize?
Shouldn’t we do something?
And shouldn’t we, also, put study into a situation before we decide what we are going to do, or who we’re going to put our faith in?
To do something means to act on our…
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