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You can’t bully your way into being human

Bullying is not a rite of passage into adulthood. It’s a habit of ignorance perpetuated by those who refuse to evolve beyond childhood.

The use of intimidation and force as a way of invalidating the weak and defenseless is a fundamentally anti-human act that makes a victim out of everyone involved.

To bully another is to belittle one’s self.

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  1. A phone chat would be great. At this time
    we are heading into our busiest season til
    approximately mid-May. Just to give you
    a preliminary time line. We have exchanged
    many ideas and haven’t completed some of
    them owing to our busy schedules. I have
    sometimes pictured us sitting across from
    one another exchanging our “trade secrets”
    and life views and believe we have learned
    a lot from one another. Who knows: Some
    day in the near future we may get to meet
    in person. Really cherish your mindset T.K.

    So many more ideas to explore!

  2. Yes, I think some people are frozen in time.
    They may walk around in adult clothes with
    adult jobs, but psychologically they are stuck
    at an early teen level, almost pre-intellectual.

    Fixated. Passive. Mistaking activity for achievement.

    They may not all be bullies but their lives are not
    a reflection of mental growth. And it has nothing
    to do with their I.Q. Many smart people are out
    of alignment with their physical vs. their mental
    development.

    As H.L. Mencken observed: “The height of mediocrity.
    Ready acceptance of received opinion.”

    Just watched a documentary on North Korea
    and the leaders are master bullies. This has been
    the history of all dictatorships in history.

    Came across an interesting line in a book: The
    oppressed can easily become the oppressor.
    They have the blueprint for it. Saddam Hussein
    is such an example. As are too many others.

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