Mihaela SLife coach
Obligation leads to resentment which leads to entitlement. Freedom leads to appreciation which leads to generosity. Not my personal insight. I read and heard about it from different sources. So, leaving it here as a reminder to myself and whoever needs to hear it

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Justas JanauskasQoorious human
Would you be able to elaborate more on this? Perhaps a specific example?
about 1 month ago
Mihaela SLife coach
Sure Justas Janauskas. Ok let's say someone does something for you out of sheer obligation. They don't want to, but they have to. At some point they might resent you for this, for feeling forced and stripped of their free will. This will eventually lead to entitlement in terms of "now you owe me" or "how dare you refuse my request when I did this and that for you?" or " I did that for you, I'll do what I want now", etc. And on the contrary someone who does something for you not because they have to but because they want to, will feel appreciative of you, of the relationship, of their freedom to choose. This will eventually lead to a willingness to offer more (generosity)
about 1 month ago
Algimantas ČasasFounder at sustainable watch bands www.someloops.com
When I searched for a this expression was directed to articles about how socialism and communism is cancer of humanity. Kind of right but polarized topic. Ayn Rand anyone?
about 1 month ago

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