Consider two mountain climbers. These two mountain climbers go to climb a mountain and at one point they reach a
Is it not better to have the experienced climber go first, to show the other how it's done? To show them where to put their hands and feet and how to use their body and move their weight just right? To show them the way up? Is it not better to have that person to climb up with a rope, and then drop it down so the climber who has never climbed a cliff before in their life can then feel not only that they now know how to do it, but that they also have a safety rope? And will it not be so much easier for the experienced climber, using a secure tree they find at the top of the cliff, to slowly but surely pull the new comer to the top.
I know sometimes it seems noble to sacrifice yourself so that others may benefit. And I know that sometimes, there simply is no other way. But this young woman of twenty one, lives in a world full of opportunity. And her little brother is watching his big sister very carefully. He has to, she's the only one he has left. Everyone else is gone. What will he learn by seeing his big sister remain small.
We can't push someone up a fifty meter cliff who doesn't know how to climb. And if we don't know how to climb either then all we need to do is find someone who can, and ask them to show us how so that we can teach someone else.
When you find yourself in a world that's going down, and the only hope you have is to take that oxygen mask, please please, put it on yourself first. The oxygen in there is pure, it will give you more energy than any air you have ever breathed before in your life. Then you can help your child or your struggling friend. They won't fend for themselves if you can't teach them how.The news come from http://www.bossgoo.com/