I don’t understand why my friends would say this to me, “Of course, you’re clever, you won’t need to do this.” after I told them not to cheat. I mean, is being clever a “reason” to not cheat? Which is right,
- If you’re clever, you’re not going to cheat.
- If you don’t cheat, you’ll be clever.
For me, I choose the second is the right one. Being clever is merely a result, NOT a reason. And please take note, I never felt I’m clever, so that’s no reason I’m not cheating. I’m just a fool full of pride. I’m not cheating is merely because of my pride. You are the one who set your own limit, and are unwilling to do more than you do now. And I’m a fool, yeah, since I’m not going to cheat in any condition. I’d rather obtain zero than to cheat. How’s it? Sounds stupid, eh? I admit it, but I’m not gonna change it. I’m happy I’m a fool as long I’m not fooling around.
Maybe you forgot about this: Humans never satisfied, and not all humans cherish what they have now. When you have more, you’ll want more. But when you lose anything, you’ll realize “little is enough”. Hmph, you might never think about people who cannot have their own life like you.
Okay, so you’re my friends, and when I see you cheating or going to do so, I DO remind you. But if you answer me like that, I’m not saying anything anymore. I CANNOT respect anyone who cheats, so please do not ask me why I’m losing interest in teaching you if you need to. Well, basically I want to help anyone who has problems that I can help with. But as written above, just don’t let me know you cheat, or I’ll blacklist you forever. Don’t worry, I’ll just blacklist you when you need help at the subject you’re cheating. After all, I’m not that arrogant, who throws away my friends just like rubbish when they’re doing bad. I could remove my blacklist if you change your attitude, of course.
Huff.. I’m getting emotional lately. Usually I won’t complain when I notice something like this, because I keep telling myself: “They’re not you, they have different perceptions, situations, and conditions, so just let them be.” until I’m self-doctrined.
Now I realize that I, too, have my own limitations in hiding my feelings.