Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Good Behavior Makes You Invisible?

Non Sequitor is one of my favorite comic strips mostly due to that while being extremely funny it will make you think. Below is yesterday and then today's strip..

Is it true? Are you 'invisible' if you are a good person? If you follow all the rules, and don't rock the boat - are you invisible? And if so, is that a good thing or a bad? What are your thoughts?


Thom Creel said...

No, I can't say that good behavior makes you invisible. In the context of work, what are you looking for in employees? Good behavior and a willingness to speak out when necessary, right? Is it the speaking out times or is it the good behavior that gets you noticed most? Probably the speaking out. But then, speaking out is not bad behavior in my book. But, what about the people that do what they are told and never speak out? They are valued too in my experience. Good behavior has only good consequences.

As I say, do your best to serve God and be a good person (i.e. Christian) and God will lead you in the rest.

OK...enough serious thoughts from T-Bone. Let me leave you with a word of encouragement: cauliflower.

Carol Kennon said...

So, that's why I'm invisible to most people...because I'm a good person??? For years, I thought people just didn't like me. :)