Take the high road.
Take the high road and let your success be the sweetest revenge. ?
Can I just combine them like that?
What am I even talking about, just bringing up two sayings without context. Well yet again don’t be surprised by the lack or resolution or clarity in this blog post. Or should I say shit post. What are you supposed to do when you must hold back the instinct to do wrong? To break things. What are you supposed to do when you rationalize it in your head that doing this wrong would be. Okay. What happens when the your internal voice tells you that it’s okay to run in the house with scissors. What are you supposed to do when it seems like it’s okay to rob a bank, when you rationalize it in your head that it wouldn’t be so wrong so bad after all. What do you supposed to do when your rationalization overcomes your conscious and the temptation of doing wrong sets in.
You have to say no to temptation and do the right thing. Do good. Take the high road, and do what is right even if you don’t want to. Even if starting a food fight sounds like fun, you must resist the urge to hurl that tray of district approved mash potatoes fat free milk. You just work on not losing it. You must not give into temptation, it will be the end of you. Temptation preys on weakness, if you show weakness, temptation wins and you will do what is wrong. You will do what you know that you shouldn’t be doing. Make sense? Yes? Really?? No way.