Having expectations of others means you’re trying to fix their lives. Fix your own life, that is freedom. Fixing other people’s lives is called slavery.
Fix your own life, that is freedom. Fixing other people’s lives is called slavery.
Once you engage in slavery, once you try to enslave someone around you, you must understand unknowingly you’re also enslaved. You have seen a policeman walking with a handcuff around his wrist, and that of a criminal. Well, both of them are handcuffed. Both of them are chained. Only advantage is he has the key. But you never know you could lose the key.
Do not enslave people. Do not set up expectations that people have to be the way you think they should be. Fixing our life means freedom. Fixing our life means growth. Fixing our life means liberation.