Non-intervention

Non-intervention is the “principle or practice of not becoming involved in the affairs of others.” There’s often an appeal to allow ourselves to be pulled by the desire to fix problems we are not attached to. We must first ask ourselves, “Who are we truly trying to help in this scenario?” Is it a sincere act of selflessness or self-gratification disguised as selflessness? Inaction is an action. Knowing when to act depends on knowing the intention behind the action.

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Writer, Musician, Educator, Aspiring Stoic and Doting Father

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