So, what do we do about this? First of all, I think we should do exactly what the quote says and 'be willing to do that much for them'....more over, rather than simply 'willing', we should deliver in actions. These actions should be purely selfless and with the realization that we may not realize the flip-side of the coin in return from others. I mean, come on now, let's face it, Jesus did that very thing, didn't He? Secondly, I believe we should not allow those times of disappointment or let-down with regard to our expectation of others become a source of contention or a sore spot. If we do, we are opening ourselves up for unnecessary pain and suffering and we are opening a door for the adversary to possibly drive a wedge between us and someone whom God has a plan and a purpose for us to have a relationship with...either for us, them, or Him. Finally, the Biker's Code states: "...It used to be that all bikers shared a common bond, an unspoken code of ethics and behavior that transcended words and was built on actions...." With that portion of the code in mind, may we take the first quote I shared and the portion of the Code I shared and intertwine them into what we should be & do on a daily basis. In doing so, we honor the Code as well as the Father. Until next time, ride safely, honor the Code and keep your expectations in perspective.