Bother: (v) to take the trouble to do something.
For after all, our unwillingness to be bothered by “the truth that makes us free,” causes us to be cynical about anyone else.
Since I know I am not going to change, why bother changing you?
So we’re convinced we should accept our own inadequacy, and assume everyone else will be equally as inadequate.
It’s really a simple adjustment.
Life is not trying to bother us–it’s trying to teach us the pattern of the Natural Order. And the true essence of greatness is discovering how to enlighten others without feeling the need to act as their instructor.
This leads to a glorious conclusion:
I will change because change saves me.
I will help you find a similar salvation by making the change in my life seem appealing.
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