People do good deeds for many reasons, but sometimes good deeds have bad consequences. Correcting a colleague’s mistake could breed resentment. Opening one’s home to a friend can damage that friendship. Trying to bring a spouse closer might push her further away. That’s why there’s an old expression about helping people – No good deed goes unpunished.
Good deeds aren’t always done for the purest of reasons. We may be trying to impress. We may be acting out of guilt. We may be expecting something in return, but occasionally a good deed comes straight from the heart.
Whenever we make mistakes, we need to apologize and then we need to move on. We must try to accept the changes in our lives or choose to trust an old enemy or learn to stop fighting our children’s battles. But, sometimes the pain we caused is so great, there is no moving on.
There was and there will be a few ships called Enterprise. One of them was the first space shuttle, calling Enterprise in commemoration of the Star Trek Series. And, of course, there was the original script.
Nichelle Nichols (Nyota Uhura, as we know so far in Star Trek X, before everyone knows her as Lt. Uhura). A little bad girl on the sixties for everyone.
Leonard Nimoy (Spock), Star Trek IV The Voyage Home.
Ricardo Montalvan, the original Khan on Star Trek 2.
William Shatner (Kirk) and Leonard Nimoy (Spock), on location (at Vasquez Rocks) reading a Mad magazine.
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