Its easy to sit back, observe, and comment on another person's situation without any hesitation.
It's real easy.
It's real easy to tell them all the motivational cliché's.
Tell them to keep a stiff upper lip .
Keep on keeping on.
Whole time not knowing what's keeping them up at night.
What's eating away at their soul.
Not fully being aware of just how much physical pain and strain their ailment puts them though and takes them through.
Not so easy now is it.
Tell a homeless person this to shall pass while their out begging for table scraps.
Its easy to tell a person in the financial red that their current situation isn't their final destination .
What do you really know?
How could possibly understand?
How could you relate?
What qualifies you to tell them its never too late?
Sometimes the best advice is a silent sentiment.
A kind gesture can not be measured.
Actions speak louder than words.
It's its okay to sympathize with their plight.
Show them instead telling them it will be alright.
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