Tuesday, 24 February 2015

WHICH OFFENCE IS WORSE?

1. Not attending a friend's wedding 

or 

2. Not calling a friend that lost a closest relation and not calling or visiting  when she (his wife) puts to bed?

3 comments:

Laura Nwodo said...

hhmmmm very tough questions dear Neme
but I think it depends on individual circumstances at the time of these different occurrences..that should be put into consideration in my opinion
but in all fairness I will go for not reaching out to a friend who lost a relation..but like I said, it still depends on theindividual's circumstances for not being able to do any of the above..cause you never know until you find out why.....tough one dear Neme lol

Laura Nwodo said...

hhmmmm very tough questions dear Neme
but I think it depends on individual circumstances at the time of these different occurrences..that should be put into consideration in my opinion
but in all fairness I will go for not reaching out to a friend who lost a relation..but like I said, it still depends on theindividual's circumstances for not being able to do any of the above..cause you never know until you find out why.....tough one dear Neme lol

Ucheoma Nwabunike said...

The synergy we enjoy as people who are need-sensitive gives us the opportunity to express some level of commitment and citizenship behaviour to family and friends alike. As much as I will like to witness and celebrate with friends during wedding ceremonies, my attention will be drawn more towards comforting and standing by a friend who is bereaved; my rationale is this; the loss of a loved one is a terrible experience and the birth of a child is a long walk to "freedom". these two life and death circumstances demands the responsibility to express the true, genuine, flawless commitment to values. That doesn't mean it holds more value than being a part of a wedding ceremony or vice versa. Everything rises and falls on individual orientation and priority design.