Don’t judge others too quickly. It looks bad on you. — 14 Comments

  1. Your life sounds like my life except those people can’t figure out why they haven’t seen or heard from me in 15 or 20 years,and they never will again. They had their own adjenda i refuse to be a part of. Being nearly a loner really a lot better,peaceful even.

    • I’m sorry you’ve experienced this, too, Joe. I know what you mean about being alone as being more peaceful! I’ve gotten fairly used to the country life! Cows are pretty friendly creatures, and tend to keep to themselves! LOL

  2. Wow! What an excellent summarization of nasty behaviour. These people are so self-centered they think there is no one better than themselves. I am sure you remember the saying “an egomaniac with an inferiority complex”. They have to make themselves look smarter, bigger, better than, beyond reproach, etc., etc. They must do this to others because they think they are so useless and worthless that no one will want to accept them as they really are. So, bluff, bluster, insult, demeaning put downs, are the only way they believe that they can come over as being what they WISH they could be. They can’t see how demeaning to themselves this attitude is. They end up looking just as small and worthless as they feel they are. Totally counterproductive.

    You summarized it very well, Dear.
    Dennis F. in SJ

    • Hello Dennis! I appreciate the compliments! This post was originally MUCH longer (God knows I can’t tell a short story! LOL), but I cut some of it out, and saved a portion for another day.

      That behavior sure does make the world a place it doesn’t have to be. I don’t understand people who just want to fight and judge and be mean. What’s the point? Will it really make their day better to make someone feel bad? In the words of Rodney King, “Can’t we all just get along?”

      Love and hugs, my friend!
      KtB xo

  3. Said so well…I have enjoyed your blog here often…hang in there! (mean that)

  4. I suspect that your boss is trying to cut his payroll expenses and thinks that he can bully you into recording fewer hours on your paysheet, regardless of how many you actually worked.

    I enjoy your blog, you write well.

    • Thank you, Richie, and welcome!
      I hadn’t thought of that. I thought maybe he wants me to quit, but I don’t think that’s it, either. I do good workwork and come with a wide variety of skills, more than he could get from most folks for what he pays.