get meaning

Vietnam
October 4, 2007 10:07pm CST
I've read a sentence: "Do not compromise what you believe just to get along." How can we deal with the word "get along" in this sentence? What does it mean?
4 responses
@Aussies2007 (5339)
• Australia
5 Oct 07
I just answered your question about your friend's selfishness. The solutions I gave you can be regarded as a "breaktrough". You are compromising your comfort and happiness for the sake of "getting along" with your friends. In other words, you are worry that if you ask them to leave, they won't be your friends anymore. The answer to your situation is exactly that: "Do not compromise what you believe just to get along."
1 person likes this
• Vietnam
6 Oct 07
Thanks, you give me a useful answer.
@poohgal (6848)
• Singapore
5 Oct 07
Hello there. I think what it means is, stay firm to your beliefs even if it is out of the norm. Many times people do certain things to please people around them. We should all stay firm to our beliefs and principles and not live to just 'get along' with others.
• Vietnam
6 Oct 07
Thanks!!! ^_^
@goodsign (2287)
• Malaysia
5 Oct 07
You must continue your believe. Staunch to your believe.
• Vietnam
5 Oct 07
thanks, friends
@goodsign (2287)
• Malaysia
5 Oct 07
you must continue with you believe.