Remember That No One Ever Kicks A Dead Dog

What does this mean?

Well, to be very blunt, no one would try to seek vengeance on someone who has already died.  For example, Les Brown once said, “people die at 20 but they’re not buried until 70.”

This is the reference I’m trying to give you.

“So when you are kicked and criticised, remember that it is often done because it gives the kicker a feeling of importance.  It often means that you are accomplishing something and are worthy of attention.  Many people get a sense of savage satisfaction out of denouncing those who are better educated than they are or more successful.” – Dale Carnegie

How true is this for the reader? Well, look at the circumstances you go through or have been through in your school/work related life? How many times can you count off the top of your head someone, being at your school or work place, denouncing you for whatever reason.  Literally inventing things out of thin air to drop your defences? This is what these “dead dogs” do.  It’s unfortunate we have to refer to other human beings as a dead animal, but I’m speaking figuratively, not literally.

Look at Kobe Bryant, for instance.  Remember the controversial “rape” case that sent shockwaves all around the globe? Him raping a woman? Let me guess, this girl found him in a corner and said, “if you don’t agree to give me money (blackmail), I’m going to say you raped me.”

This is also currently happening with another running back in the NFL by the name of Ezekiel Elliott.

These types of fiends will do whatever it takes to gain that savage important.  I’m saying DON’T LET THEM!

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