At what point do you lose your right to complain

the remote isYou lose your right to complain the moment you choose not to act.

If you don’t like what you see on the television, you can change the channel. If you don’t change the channel, you lose your right to complain about it. If you change the channel you will have nothing to complain about.

If there’s an election and you choose not to vote, you cannot complain about who’s in power or the decisions they make.

If somebody shows you they cannot be trusted and you allow them to stay in your life, you lose your right to complain about them when they upset you.

If you hate your job but do not do anything about changing you job, you lose your right to complain about your job.

If you’re unfit and you don’t exercise, you lose your right to complain about your fitness.

If you’re complaining about posts you don’t like on the internet instead of scrolling past them; you have to ask yourself, why?

Remember: You hold the remote control to your life inside your mind. Pay attention to the important things you can change.

About BrendanDunne

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2 Responses to At what point do you lose your right to complain

  1. B.Joe says:

    You nailed the point. When someone complains to me and if I’m not the person who can resolve their issue, I ask the same question – what they do about it?

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  2. “You lose your right to complain the moment you choose not to act”.

    Something to think about. Thanks for sharing.

    Liked by 1 person

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