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Do it for the love of it to improve your miserable life.

Posted by tennisplanet on March 19, 2009

Picture this:

You do the best you can at your job (yeah, right). You follow all company policy and are known to be an outstanding employee.

Ethically you are on the ball, rarely straying away from the moral code your Creator has provided. You are person with principles.

You make sure your partner gets all he/she is due from you. You bend over backwards to make the person happy.

Are you freaking getting the picture?

Now, as of today, you freaking freaks are doing all of the above out of fear or selfish motives. You don’t want to get fired, you don’t want to burn in Hell and you want to make sure you get everything you want from your partner in return etc. etc.

Give this BS a try and turn your stressful, miserable life around:

Do it PURELY out of LOVE. Make every action of yours from today onwards, emanate from love. Make love your guiding force in everything you do. Confused?

What I mean is this: Do the best you can at your job, because you love your work. Remember my famous principle? “Do what you love, love what you do”. Not because you are scared of getting fired or whatever else.

Follow the ten commandments or whatever else because you love your Creator not because you are scared of going to hell.

Pamper your partner not because you want something in return, but because you love the person unconditionally.

All that doesn’t mean you will never get fired, go to Hell or get dumped. But when you are guided by this principle, it doesn’t matter what happens, you are ALWAYS the winner.

That love you give, will come back to you many times over, sooner than later.

But more importantly it will remove the basic component in your make up that makes you miserable and distraught. It will raise you high above the petty annoyances of life to inject calmness and tranquility instantly.

Try it. What have you got to lose? All you lazy freaks are not going anywhere anyway currently.

16 Responses to “Do it for the love of it to improve your miserable life.”

  1. Schop said

    TP pls don’t worry, the Obama Government is going to support GM et al etc. etc. Everything depends on money and not so much on the job quality you deliver. You don’t believe me? Pls remember Bernard Madoff. Sick money expectations overruled pure reason and physical laws. Now we have to pay for that. From (A)merica to (Z)imbabwe.

  2. KC C-P said

    Your articles like this make us see you in a different light. Impressive yet heart-warming. Thanks, TP! 🙂

  3. Mordecai said

    Good one TP! Couldn’t agree more.

  4. Anonymous said

    Good one, TP.

    Hellooooooooo Mordecai! Where have you been, my little hummingbird?

  5. Mordecai said

    Is that you DSG? My honey bee?

  6. Mordecai said

    Hey TP! I still agree with your post but the more I thought about it the problem I see with your advice is…it’s NOT that EASY to love. Humans are self-centered beings by nature, but to love is to be self-less for the good of another, therein lies the rub. You can train an animal not to bite, but when push comes to shove, the animal will always show its true color.

    If this advice were that easy, this world would be a different place.

  7. Deep South Girl said

    How did you ever guess, my little cupcake? I’ve missed you!

    Oh! Here’s something you’ve got to see: (And see it in this order)—I just KNOW you’ll LOVE it!!


  8. Deep South Girl said

    Oh, RATS!! Forget the above, Mordecai—the wrong youtubes came up. Please disregard!

    I’ll try to figure this out.

  9. Deep South Girl said

    Well, Mordecai: I hope this works:

    go to and search “Bill O’Reilly Flips Out” then, after that, search “Bill O’Reilly Producer.”

    I am chortling as I write it!

  10. boxingary said

    “Do it PURELY out of LOVE. Make every action of yours from today onwards, emanate from love.”
    In the immortal words of Diane Keaton,
    from the Woody Allen movie LOVE AND DEATH:

    “To love is to suffer.
    To avoid suffering one must not love.
    But then one suffers from not loving.
    Therefore, to love is to suffer;
    not to love is to suffer;
    to suffer is to suffer.
    To be happy is to love.
    To be happy, then, is to suffer,
    but suffering makes one unhappy.
    Therefore, to be unhappy, one must love or love to suffer
    or suffer from too much happiness.
    I hope you’re getting this down.”

    • monique said

      This is total bs……

    • Jenny said

      To love is a wonderful thing, but when the loved one dies or are parted, one surely suffers. I doubt too many of us love to suffer, but then if we didn’t have that heart emotion, one would have to ask, how deep was that love in the first place.

    • boxingary said

      I wrote:
      “…from the Woody Allen movie LOVE AND DEATH:”
      I should have wrote:

      “…from the Woody Allen COMEDY movie LOVE AND DEATH:”

      See, the whole film is a spoof of the pretentiousness
      and long-windedness of classic Russian literature,
      ever obsessing on themes like love and death [ see TITLE ],
      and………..oh, never mind.

    • Super Mario said

      My favourite Allen movie, with Manhattan! Thanks Boxingary!

  11. Dee said

    How did I miss this one !
    Pamper your partner not because you want something in return, but because you love the person unconditionally.
    Hehe!What if My partner wants to return my pampering! Should I say NO!!!!!

  12. Jenny said

    2nd post. Dee, if my partner wants to return my pampering with some Columbian emerald jewellery, I would not refuse that’s for sure.

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