WE LOVE TO TRY, TEST OR DO WHAT WE ARE NOT TO DO!

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HI Guys, can you give me a reason why this happens?…..

 

Why is it that we love to do or at-least try what we ain’t supposed to do? why do we do what we are asked, pleaded with or forced not to do? Why do we love to go where we ain’t to go? Why are we always tempted to break our promises and neglect responsibilities either to our self, loved ones, workplace employers or employees, colleagues, classmates etc.? 

Is it becos we are curios to find out what or where it will lead to or just to see what happens? Is it becos we want to know why we were limited to doing those things or going to those places? Or becos of the adventure it brings and thrill you feel when you know that you are doing what you are not supposed to do?

At that moment we would care less of the regret it may bring and we believe we can handle, manage or bear whatever outcome it will bring and we care more about what we will gain at the moment and plans on how to go about it.

Do you know what? Ooh! I know…. Immediately we are allowed or permitted to do those things or to go to those places, we become less interested and gradually get bored of it. We start struggling while doing it and it turns into a huge punishment for us.

I DON’T KNOW WHY WE DO THAT GUYZ’ BUT SUCH IS LIFE AND SHIT HAPPENS!

 

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4 responses to “WE LOVE TO TRY, TEST OR DO WHAT WE ARE NOT TO DO!

    • Yes Kwesi you can say that we do those things sometimes because we want to test our capabilities and/or see how far enough we can stretch our strength…so you are right, that can be a reason too…. 🙂

  1. I think sometimes people test just to see what will happen. i.e for the sake of curiosity. They just like trying things and are daring to see the outcome and if in future they come across a similar situation, they will definitely know what to do based on experience.

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