It may last

wood graffiti

Think before you do it.

I passed by this graffiti on a fence. The artist hadn’t thought that his work would last longer than the paint — you see, the sun and rain affected the wood differently where paint was, compared to where the wood was bare.

Takeaway: how will your actions last beyond what you are thinking now? Maybe stop to think how that action may last longer than what you originally thought.

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2 Replies to “It may last”

  1. Sadly my youth allows me to speak on this subject.
    There is no fore thought on the future of their present actions. It is more the thrill of getting away with something they know is wrong. The kids that do this stuff are not inherently bad, but are not properly taught on the respect for others.. We hope that these kids will learn, unfortunately they usually don’t. It’s not the difference between right and wrong as much as the difference between respect and disrespect. 

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