Audac-ity(ious) has both the good and demeanor meanings of decribing the person and their attitude, their persona. I for one look at audacity always on the positive side, but with this post, I will state the demeaning aspects of audacious people and their behavior that surround me from time to time.
Has it ever occured to you that no matter how giving, how supportive, how much help you provide to people who need help seem to turn around at the end and screw you? I was taken aback when a relative of mine, who I have helped considerably gave me a stink eye after I pulled away my support that was provided for over 2 months... I couldn't believe the selfishness she had and yet not even a thank you for helping, giving, and supporting when in need.
Yup, I have been screwed too many times in this life and maybe, just maybe, it's beacuse I cannot say no in most occassions. Is this a bad way to live a life? Is it an expectation for those who have received help and support over time expect to continue receiving without doing anything for themselves? Almost sounds like the welfare issues on food stamp, liheap (subsidized utility cost), housing assistance, and more. These benefits, however great they are to help people get back on their feet have become erroneously abused for the simple fact of laziness, don't you think?
Food stamps for example, they tell the applicant, "you must find a job, but for the meantime, you will receive these stipends to help you survive". Many don't even bother to look for jobs, they become accustomed to the system and know all full well, they will receive their check each month. Wow! Now I hear that Guam offers a much more greater benefit to those who qualify, I was told by some people that when living on Guam with all these benefits, you would
not even have to lift a finger on finding a JOB. It's all subsidized and you can live like a king or queen. Being spoiled this way will not help the community, we become increasingly dependant on a system, just like those people who take advantage of people like me who are always helping, giving and supporting. It does not end...