Close Up Photography of a White Line

Art, like Morality, consists in drawing the line somewhere

Gilbert K. Chesterton

There are things in our life, we should know when to draw the line. It’s just simply means to know when we had enough, when we should leave the table, and when we should put an end on something.

For instance, if your boss asked you to lie in order to sell the products, should you obey or should you draw the line?

With our values and principle, we know that it is definitely not ethical to lie while selling something. However, sometimes we are scare of other people to the point that we just obey what they say.

Here’s the thing, drawing the line doesn’t mean that we are bad person, or we are being disobedient. However, it shows that we have values, we have boundaries, and we have certain priorities in our life.

Hence, when there are things you know that are against certain good principle in life, that ‘s the time we should have the courage to draw the line. The courage to reject any bad and harmful things that may make you lose yourself.

Remember, drawing the line to certain things in life doesn’t make you a bad person, it’s just simply means you hold certain values that is dear to you.

About the Author David Ng

Hi everyone, Welcome to my website! I'm all about inspiring and motivating people to live their life better. The reason why I started on this journey is because, I was having a hard time in my life. However, it was during that time, I found my gift and purpose in speaking. Through these experiences, I believe that everyone of us here have their own gift and purpose. And today, I love to share this message of inspiration through speaking, music and dance. Hope these articles will inspire you. Have a great day!!!

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