A quick question to see how important YOU are: Let’s see how many grandparents you had 20 generation ago?

Important? Let’s count:

How Important Are You?

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Two people made you, your father and mother

Those 2 were created by 4

Those 4 by 8

8 by 16

16 by 32

32 by 64

64 by 128

128 by 256

256 by 512

512 by 1024 and that is 10 generations

1024 by 2048

2048 by 4096

4096 by 8192

8192 by 16 384

16 384 by 32 768

32 768 by 65 536

65 536 by 131 072

131 072 by 262 144

262 144 by 524 288

524 288 by 1 048 576 and there we have it, 20 generations

One Million People!

Which means that a million people needed to have sex to produce YOU. A million people. 1 000 000 people.

By 1860 the birthrate mortality was 80% because there was no germ theory so people didn’t wash hands before delivering a child.

On top all of this, YOU had a only a 0.000025% (and that’s low) chance of being born or a ratio of 1/40 000 which is the approximate number of sperm cells that manifest during sex.

All of this had to happen just to produce YOU.

Let us stop here for a moment and figure out how important YOU are.

If this is not something to be grateful, then I don’t know what is.

This alone makes you feel so grateful to be alive, to be able to breathe.

So let us stop with the victim mentality. You can cry that you are not like this or that, that you don’t have the things you deserve, or that you are not in life where you wanted to be because of somebody else.

You cannot blame your government, your parents, friends, family, school, nobody is to be blamed for your situation except you.

Be Responsible!

As soon as you understand that, you can taking responsibility for your life.

It’s not to say that everything is your fault, but everything is your responsibility.

And It is not your fault that you got robbed, but it is your responsibility to deal with it.

Of course it is not your fault for being hit by an earthquake that destroyed your house, but it is your responsibility to figure out how to deal with it.

It is not your fault for finding a baby in front of your door, but as sure as hell is your responsibility of what will happen to that child. It can die of starvation, cold or any other reason if you don’t help it. Again, not your fault but your responsibility.

So we ask you, no, urge you to take responsibility for your life and put yourself where you want to be in life. We will gladly lend you a hand and help out because that is what we do but it is up to you take out help.

If not you then who?

If not now then when?