Commitment. Part One.

Commitment.

One big word which can be a great title with numerous sub-titles. Of course most of us human beings are committed to our home land, to the nation, you know…the average meaning of patriotism. You are committed to this country you are living in through the whole system things are happening, whenever this system is right or wrong. In the end in everyone’s inside there is a feeling which enables the human being to make his country better when s/he has the chance. This is one of the most positive forms of commitment.

When we get to another minor form of this commitment, a tie which the human tie him’herself to a small place, a place of which the human think that it contains memories, valuable memories which is really valuable. But, sometimes for preserving the stay in this place there is a precious price. Sometimes you pay from your time, your money, your…health, for the return of memories. I guess that if the price is too precious, one must have a turn-over, must have a talk with one’s self. Does this price equals the importance I feel from preserving my stay? Or…what?
The need to change versus Commitment. The ability to go on after intentionally leaving something valuable to yourself.

to be continued.

4 Responses to Commitment. Part One.
  1. saso Reply

    our lives is all abt commitments it starts when they learn us da word HOME, we find ourselves tied with those robes home, country, relatives and workit cost yeah, it put limits on my freedom yeah but life without those all is it worth to live?

  2. saso Reply

    our lives is all abt commitments it starts when they learn us da word HOME, we find ourselves tied with those robes home, country, relatives and workit cost yeah, it put limits on my freedom yeah but life without those all is it worth to live?

  3. IRC President Reply

    Well when I was talking about this subject, what was on my mind was not home as a place we live in exactly. I was thinking about places where for example we are entertained in. Or online communities spicifically. I was connected to a certain online community which I wanted to berak from for a really long time because it costed me physical and emotional suffer. Especially for someone who rarely realized the meaning of commitment (which is myself).If talking about relatives, if these relatives where a pain in the ***, would you keep dealing with them the way you deal with other nice people (friends for example?) or just try to avoid them as much as you can? Especially with the religious barriers of the must of visiting them and so…I guess it is really hard when thinking about it…

  4. IRC President Reply

    Well when I was talking about this subject, what was on my mind was not home as a place we live in exactly. I was thinking about places where for example we are entertained in. Or online communities spicifically. I was connected to a certain online community which I wanted to berak from for a really long time because it costed me physical and emotional suffer. Especially for someone who rarely realized the meaning of commitment (which is myself).If talking about relatives, if these relatives where a pain in the ***, would you keep dealing with them the way you deal with other nice people (friends for example?) or just try to avoid them as much as you can? Especially with the religious barriers of the must of visiting them and so…I guess it is really hard when thinking about it…

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