We all have on equal, rights and obligations ...

@didi13 (2927)
August 31, 2012 7:22am CST
We all have on equal, rights and obligations ... But why we understand much better to our advertising rights, than to assume obligations? Can bend a balance for someone just a part of good parts, and, for another, just in the other, the less good? How and when the time comes that it is easy to accept something you do not want to happen and an end not take with him a part of you?
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@polaris77 (2031)
• Bacau, Romania
31 Aug 12
I think the reason we usually take into consideration our rights first and then maybe we think about our obligations lies in the fact that fulfilling obligation means work and considerable efforts on our sides,while when we think about our rights we definitely have the pleasant parts of life in our mind.I suppose that a good way to maintain an equilibrium between rights and obligations in our brains is to remember that,in order to be able to enjoy those pleasant feelings we have when we benefit from our rights,we must first endure the hardships,unpleasant moments and sometimes even pain;we must deal with all these issues when fulfilling our obligations,but that shouldn't discourage us because the reward will eventually come and once we get it we'll enjoy our rights even more knowing that we completed our obligations successfully.