According to the dictionary, to promise means to tell someone that you will do something. That you are sure that will be done by you. Everyone feels appreciation when the promise is respected. However, life is full of unfulfilled promises.
There are promises we make to ourselves, to others and others to us. It is a circle in which we can endlessly spin. Besides, we feel that if we complain, fight or hurt each other, we will solve something.
Types of promises
There are promises of your loved one that he will call you. He does not do it, for he is comfortable as he is or because he really forgot to.
There are promises parents make to the children and are not respected. The child will grow up with the idea that he is not good enough. He will think he can make promises without keeping them.
There are husband’s unkept promises that he will not drink, or that he will bring the money home. His wife and children will no longer believe in him. Children copy what they see and will have an example of a liar.
There are promises of those whom we choose to represent us. Once they have reached where they want, they forget about their promises. They will only remember one thing: how to be richer with what they take from others.
Make promises they do not keep
As a rule, they use positive forms to attract people. Words that would make them credible. When they reach where they want, they forget their promises. They will have only one answer for everything: that it cannot be done, because there is no money. Unfortunately, they will have money for everything they want. In this way, they represent the best example of high-level lies. Or, as Pierce Brown says,
“Liars make the best promises.”
We have candidates for all kinds of positions that win their votes by fake promises and buying people’s votes. I did not see any candidate going from place to place through the country, without security, and talking to people. To listen to their wishes and dissatisfaction. To follow them, conclude and take steps that are needed.
In my opinion, no party is better than another. Politics is all a lie. All that makes is lying, stealing, taking everything it can. If you appeal to them, to solve local problems, they throw the responsibility from one institution to another or shut them down. The measures are taken in such a way of not disturbing those who give them their complete support. They are the first who do not respect the laws.
1. More than 20 years ago, as president of a polling station, I witnessed a way of falsifying the number of votes. When I had to handle over the papers, they were taken from my hand. Besides, before entering the official office for checking, I was given the canceled votes as counted votes for the party in question at that time. Moreover, I was asked to keep my mouth shut. I froze understanding how big the lie can be to those greedy by power. How big is the lie we live in?
2. For the problems in the village where I live, I also contacted the party represented by certain people who do “what they like”. I sent messages using the party’s basic site and called the phone number existing on the site. Besides, I contacted the person who just occupied a leading position in the government, writing his a private message on Fb. I haven’t received an answer yet. 🙂 He could say “ I do not want, know or have time to answer. Someone else would contact you”. Actually, using his words about another party, they all are “selling doughnuts”. The local party branch told me that I will be contacted. Nothing, at all.
If indeed those with power would have an interest in keeping promises, they would consider the people’s opinions, because the crowd votes them. Or at least, it seems to be that way. Here, I agree with Dennis E. Adonis who says:
“Voting is not a right. It is a method used to determine which politician was most able to brainwash you. ”
How can they keep promises?
– roads “crying” to be completed ‘
– schools to have the necessary conditions for children
– programs unchanged for years
– schoolbooks with mistakes
– unlighted villages at night
– old people who walk 10 km to town to buy medicine or food
– children walking to school, in the dark, with a flashlight in hand
– forested forests mercilessness
– bureaucracy without limits
– representatives of the authorities who do not comply with the law
– countless laws that apply only to the simple man
– historical monuments to be repaired
All comes down to fake promises (lies) for people and the country. Thus, promises remain on paper only for election time. Otherwise, the wind takes their promises and turns them into their full accounts. They do not forget to lie.
You believe in their promises. Moreover, you give them your vote, that becomes their right to do what they want to. They are making the law and are careful to have diplomatic immunity. Therefore, they know that you cannot hold them accountable for what they do. Thus, believing in their promises, they will lead to you being broken.
What do you have left? The pain of voting and believing them? If people don’t go to vote them, how would they be elected?
What would our world be like if we not only make promises but make things happen? What about you make promises you can keep?
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