Could someone please explain WHY the process is validated as being an exchange, which oftentimes leads to corrupt and/or obstructive behaviour because someone “owes” someone else a favour.
Isn’t it about time the currency of the “favour” was scrapped?
In place of an exchange, why don’t we all just accept a favour and then pass it on to someone else, who is in need of a favour? After all so many of us are swift to point out “what goes around, comes around” – but always with such negative connotations.
Can’t we now give that expression a newer, more positive significance?
I don’t, as a rule, trade favours. I do favours for those who need, not those who want, nor those who attempt to buy my favours by doing me one – usually when I least need it.
If we want a better world, a better society – and let’s face it, so many of us claim that is what we want (it’s certainly what we need) – why don’t we pay the favours we receive forward. Why don’t we volunteer our favours to those who need them?
Start a favour chain, explain that your recipient owes you NOTHING, but they should pass the favour on to someone else who may be in the same situation and needing that elusive, yet so valuable and helpful, favour.
I’ve started a few. I still pass on favours occasionally. But no one, of those who know that I’ve done it, is left in any doubt that they do NOT owe me a single thing.
START YOUR FAVOUR CHAIN TODAY.