The more I look around, the more I see disrespect. I am not driving fast enough or leaving a light quick enough and I get the horn and the ‘finger.” You stand in the grocery line that says 20 items, and people don’t care they have their baskets filled with double that. They want to get out faster than you and really don;t want to listen to the rules.
Not only is society more disrespectful of people, but of things. Trash on the ground, people throwing garbage out the window as they drive by, or my favorite, opening their car door to leave the garbage in a nice neat stack OUTSIDE their vehicle. Why? What is it that makes us less likely to take care of our world, brothers and sisters and to help each other out? We are all struggling through life, so why do we care less? What does it mean to love one another?
Are these insignificant things? In the scheme of things, yes and no. They lead to a much larger issue, don’t they. If you are faithful with little things, you get more. But the reverse is also true.