"Keep putting out good. It will come back to you ten fold in unexpected ways."
To take the high road is "to choose the most noble, ethical, or diplomatic course or method, especially after or in the face of negativity or ill treatment. It is suggested that we strive to always take the high road when dealing with others, even if they've treated us unfairly in the past. Life has a habit of rewarding those who learn to turn the other cheek. If someone takes the high road, they choose the course of action which is the most moral or acceptable and which is least likely to harm or upset other people." It may be easier said than done particularly in adversity and when you have been wronged. You have to choose. I remember the old folks in Mississippi telling us, "Hard times don't last always. This too will pass." You have to search your heart, let your conscience be your guide, and do the right thing... as ultimately you will live with your decisions. Sometimes, you just have to be the bigger person! With that being said, which road will you take?
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