good neighbours and brothers

life will become easier if we try
to teach ourselves simpler
lessons first and then slowly
making them tougher. like
being good neighbours first
then treat others as own blood.

sharmishtha basu

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8 comments

  1. I understand your sentiments, but have great trouble treating others as own blood. There is often great rivalry among “own” blood. Respect for others is very important and not to force others to your own way of thinking. “Own blood” does not translate automatically into love. As a Berliner I have learnt the old French saying, “Chacun a son gout” – roughly translated as “each to his own”.

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