Shine Your Light

There’s room for everyone’s light to shine.

I believe everyone should speak highly of themselves, I say this all the time.

However, there’s a way to do so without putting others down.

Recently, I seen a tweet of a young woman who was bragging about how much money she made during the pandemic. In her eyes, this was the best year for her financially and the pandemic was a “blessing” in disguise.

**she didn’t stop here.**

The young woman became even more boastful and started talking about how everyone on unemployment should be ashamed and how they need to “stop being lazy” and work.

For one, we’re in a pandemic. People have lost their jobs and literally CAN NOT work.

Secondly, shining your light does not mean you have the right to tear down others who are less fortunate than you.

My mother taught my sister and I, that whatever you have can always get taken away from you.

No, not through “stealing” but you can lose what you have if God see’s that you’re using it with bad intentions.

I find it very disgusting to talk down on others, especially during one of the worst times in our lives.

Over 200,000+ people have died from COVID-19 in America. Millions of people can’t pay their bills and can barely buy groceries.

I’m pretty sure none of these people wanted to be on unemployment.

Just because your light is shining now, doesn’t mean it’ll stay that way forever with that type of attitude.

What do you guys think? Am I overreacting? Did I think too much into the situation?

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2 thoughts on “Shine Your Light

  1. Beautifully written. A lot of people think that they need to dim other people’s light to shine brighter themselves but that is so untrue. You need to focus only on your own light.♥️

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