Not My Department: Mind Your Own Damn Business

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Naturally in life, some people will front for and lie to you.

I considered this once. And, for about 30 seconds, thought of what I should do about it.

My decision: aside from this post, nothing. Nothing at all.

When I played for the Harlem Ambassadors, our tour manager told us how to handle questions about HA’s setup and business practices.

Not my department.

Very smart of them to plant that seed.

Anything that isn’t helping you take care of yourself and your family isn’t your business. It isn’t important and requires none of your resources. [shareable cite=”@DreAllDay “]Anything that isn’t helping you take care of yourself and your family isn’t your business.[/shareable]

Yeah, I get that you want to uphold principles. You can’t stand to see f***ery happening in front of your eyes. And that all matters.

But, how much will that investment pay you back? Will it pay your bills? Can it take care of your mother and kids? Where does that leave you after you’re done? In a better or worse space (there is no neutral)?

Let them be, and mind your own damn business. [shareable cite=”@DreAllDay “]Let them be, and mind your own damn business.[/shareable]

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