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Don't Demand Too Much For Anything; Including The Things You Deserve by constancefriday(m): 12:52am On Nov 05, 2023
Don't demand "too much" for anything, including the things you deserve.
- Apostle Constance C. Friday offers some advise on how to display some form of class or classy behavior (no matter whom you are or what you do or in your relationships).

"You may think you absolutely deserve something but the person you're demanding it from may think otherwise or may not be predisposed to provide what you're asking for."


It's also a way to exhibit or demonstrate your godlikeness. Not appearing to need anything too much, gives you some sort of godlike demeanour.

There are some exceptions though e.g if you work for someone insist that your salary is paid. That one is a business matter based on contractual and formal agreements.Also if someone owes you a financial debt, it should be paid.
In some rare cases some Folks involved may decide not to demand too much to be paid their wages or pardon the debt because trying too hard to collect it may make them look low class and needy (depending on the amount involved).

But being owed your dues doesn't feel so good FYI. So the demand to be paid isn't unjust.

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Too much of anything is bad.
Re: Don't Demand Too Much For Anything; Including The Things You Deserve by constancefriday(m): 4:42pm On Dec 11, 2023
constancefriday:
Don't demand "too much" for anything, including the things you deserve.
- Apostle Constance C. Friday offers some advise on how to display some form of class or classy behavior (no matter whom you are or what you do or in your relationships).

"You may think you absolutely deserve something but the person you're demanding it from may think otherwise or may not be predisposed to provide what you're asking for."


It's also a way to exhibit or demonstrate your godlikeness. Not appearing to need anything too much, gives you some sort of godlike demeanour.

There are some exceptions though e.g if you work for someone insist that your salary is paid. That one is a business matter based on contractual and formal agreements.Also if someone owes you a financial debt, it should be paid.
In some rare cases some Folks involved may decide not to demand too much to be paid their wages or pardon the debt because trying too hard to collect it may make them look low class and needy (depending on the amount involved).

But being owed your dues doesn't feel so good FYI. So the demand to be paid isn't unjust.

Click here for more information
https://www.facebook.com/100045266976796/posts/pfbid0XgPe4NQK7EGPnPEpcCEJdkJ4HCNF5croUz8RtcDUA65w1kXxymJ3QrnHVTjtStQPl/?app=fbl

Too much of anything is bad.

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