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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

    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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