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Giving In To Your Rational Judgment And Moral Values Can Compromise The Things Of Excellence You Desire For Yourself In Life

One of the worse mistakes one can make is not being able to recognize an emotionally broken person. One of the second and worse mistakes is to be unequally yoked with a person who has a different system of beliefs and even family-values than yourself.

In pondering this, one of the most critical areas overlooked is, you must take note if the other person is receptive to a conversation about his or her family, especially their parents, as there should be a mutual understanding between you to meet each other’s parents and their siblings.

But one should always question those who evade openness on this topic, which may be consistent with a hidden agenda that disguises scars from their past that could breed a controlling and contemptuous spirit. If you observe that this person frequently moves the goal post during the conversation from themselves and then back to you again, that could be a red flag. If you have a giving spirit and the other person doesn’t, or doesn’t understand the value of sharing, then that’s another red flag.

If he or she says that they’re a Christian and have no commitment to God, then that’s a big red flag. As seen, there are many indicators to observe, but we must be vigilant enough to see them.

Apart From God, You Ought To Be The Most Pronounced Person In His Or Her Life. Otherwise, Why Would You Even Want Such Relationship?

There are many who seek to have a world-class relationship but become victims of failure because they’re unaware of their own value.

As such, they allow others to devalue and belittle them while those same people chose not to invest in personal or professional development for themselves in order to measure up to what you have become.

Case in point, “how can someone bring something of value to your table that they do not possess?” Then it’s fair to say, “The more you invest in yourself, the more valuable you are to the other person and vice versa.

As an ancient adage puts it, “you can be no greater than the people you look up to, or to the person with whom you associate, as it’s what they will have you become.” Last be not least, the Book of Matthew 7:6 says, “Don’t give what is holy to dogs or toss your pearls before pigs, or they will trample them with their feet, turn, and tear you to pieces.

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