Sunday, November 27, 2011

Do unto others....

If you stay on your best behavior long enough, after a while it just becomes behavior.

9 comments:

Cat Connor said...

Very true! xxx

KjM said...

When I'm told by someone to "Behave yourself", my dearest Love tends to respond, "That's actually the problem. He *is* behaving himself."

:-) But, the above notwithstanding, I agree with your post.

estrella05azul said...

Exactly, and what better behavior to adopt? :)

estrella05azul said...

Sorry, hit enter too soon.
My actual comment was supposed to be:

Exactly, and what better behavior to adopt? :) Even if it will blend in, better to be on good behavior than constantly plotting against others, right?

Karen from Mentor said...

*smooches Cat*

Karen from Mentor said...

Oh I don't know Estrella, a plot or two afoot can be fun. Depends on whether you're plotting how to get someone into their surprise party w/o tipping them off or plotting the total anihilation of life as we know it [again]

Karen from Mentor said...

Kevin, your dearest love may have hit the point I was making on the head with a hammer [don't try that at home btw]

Where my thought eventually extrapolates to is the idea of honing the self down to what we believe is our best and then showing that to the world.

Makes life fun, and keeps people wondering why the heck you go around smiling all the time.

Laurita said...

Solid advice. Now, if I can get my dog to read and understand...

Karen from Mentor said...

Wow, if you can get him to read, you'd be able to name your own price for movie roles. Well, as long as he could read aloud.