To serve not to be served
Unfortunate we are all experts on being served
You see growing up we learn certainly in the first two years of our lives when we need service and our basic identity is formed that we should be served – in fact if God forbid a mother or a father doesn’t serve the child, the child cannot become a healthy, normal child, and of course adult
The problem is that we develop an expectation of service
Perhaps this is nowhere clearer than in Africa
It is very funny to see how whites believe that blacks are meant to serve them
They have an expectation that blacks are there to serve them
They cannot separate between, between someone who was paid to serve them versus someone else who is not their employee!
We all develop the same stupidity!
We are meant to be served!!!
The truth is, we are not meant to served, but to serve.