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Get off welfare....


Get off welfare..

First, I'll say I appreciate you stopping by. I know you could be on any of the billion sites there are on this web of world wideness, and I appreciate you coming to mine. Now that you're here, is it all right if I talk to you for a second? Thanks. You may not want to hear what I have to say, but I think it's my duty to make you aware of something...

NOBODY OWES YOU SHIT!

Now that we've gotten that out of the way, we can talk. I hope you understand this isn't an attack on you, it's more like a "wake up call." If you're offended, I'm sorry my friend but you might have identified yourself as someone who suffers from a serious case of welfare mentality. I'm no medical doctor, but I think we all know the signs of this epidemic. The symptoms of this horrific condition include but are not limited to :Wanting everything for free, laziness, lack of ambition, diarrhea of the mouth, rapid blaming, whining, bitching, moaning, complaining, and...well you get it..

Don't fret if you've identified yourself as one of these people, just be happy you recognize it. Most don't, you're ahead of the game. Never fear, Meek is here..

If you want to cure yourself of this deadly ailment, you have to change the way you think. Instead of thinking "How come nobody helps me?" think, "How can I help myself?" Instead of thinking "How can I get someone to give this to me?" think, "How can I work towards this efficiently?" Instead of thinking "Why do I have to work?" think, "How can I do this better?"

Understand, this is a process. It won't happen overnight or next week. You're reprogramming yourself. All you need is a change in thought process. I'm not saying you haven't had challenges and distractions. I'm not saying you haven't had a tough life or had to endure a raw deal once or twice. Everyone has distractions, some people just don't get distracted. Plenty of people with unsavory lives have overcome challenges. Stop looking for pity and get on your shit. You're better than that. Get off welfare....mentally...

You can do it.


Meek out...


"Those who are lame, love to blame" - Robert Kiyosaki

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