“The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” – Ayn Rand
Not All Teens Are Jerks
There are too many incidents to count when you think of the number of examples we have all seen of foul-mouthed, rude, and disrespectful teenagers who simply don’t give a damn. They don’t care how they talk to adults, they fail to respect authority, and they think they know everything. This, of course, can’t be said of all teenagers, but it can definitely fit the bill for most.
When we see that teenagers have such a bad reputation, it becomes that much better when there is an example of teens doing something that is really kind. No bullying, no teasing, no laughing, and no smirking behind a person’s back. Just teenagers who are actually using the heart God gave them to do something kind.
If you ever doubted that teenagers had a heart, you might want to see this video. Hundreds of students coming together to do something kind is worthy of a view.
Watch the video and see for yourself just how warm your heart will get when you see the human kindness that can come from a teenager. It’s something you won’t soon forget.
It’s amazing how some men treat women with such disrespect, but then when the women they love in their lives get disrespected by other men, they simply can’t handle it. A guy will see a woman in the street and follow her until she gives him her phone number, but if he sees this happening to his mother or daughter, he simply can’t handle it.
Here, you have a father who watches a video of his daughter walking down the street as she’s hearing guys yell at her, talk about her body, and follow her. Men that simply refuse to take ‘no’ for an answer and who are determined to get her attention.
The funny thing about the video is that most men who can’t handle watching other men treat their own daughters with such disrespect are typically the same men who would disrespect someone else’s daughter. The beauty, however, is that when the father watches how his daughter endures such disrespect on a daily basis, he begins to change his tune.
How Bill Gates reads books
Bill Gates reads about 50 books a year, which breaks down to about one a week. Gates told us the four habits and hacks he does to get the most out of his reading. Yes, knowing the habits of successful people can help you improve and Gate’s tips on how to read are no exception.