who’s who – entitlement

What separates privilege from entitlement is gratitude.

Brené Brown

Ever notice the very ones accusing others of entitlement are really the ones with entitlement issues/decreased gratitude themselves?  When I offer up or ask for anything, whether it be material items, words, or gestures, I’m usually doing it with the best and most gracious intentions.  Not everyone may positively accept them (or me) every single time.  But the least one could do is show gratitude and respectfully decline.  All interactions are privileges.  Treat them as such and be grateful for the interactions others choose to share with you.

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