22
Jul
09

blessing or a curse ?

it has dawned on me that people can be perceived as being weak or strong … but here’s the trick : when people generally considered weak are strong they gey very much apreciated, but a moment of weakness in a generally strong person is blamed and gets disconsidered.
now what happens to a person that is forced to be strong but from time to time slips and lets that weakness inside show it’s face ? nothing good probably….
solution ?
when that weak side is trying to surface, distance should occur, isolation till situation is under controll.
result ? to the rest of the world the strong person will remain strong if the absence will not be notable.

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6 Responses to “blessing or a curse ?”


  1. 1 Arwen
    July 23, 2009 at 4:35 pm

    Since when have you known that heroes are allowed to make mistakes? The human definition of a hero does not include words like "weak", "mistakes", "less perfect then".

    Strong people? They are like heroes. They are not allowed to become weak from time to time. They are not allowed to breathe. Why? Because they are strong and ppl need to see them always strong. Why? Because ppl have premeditated concepts about how things should be ;). Sound familiar?

  2. 2 noaa
    July 23, 2009 at 5:22 pm

    i am not talking about heroes and villans, i am not talking about superior and inferior people, i am talking about normal people….
    when we make judgements about the people we meet … we categorize them – one of these categories is strong/weak. that is what i am talking about
    not knights in shining armors, nor pure princesses in white veils

  3. 3 Arwen
    July 24, 2009 at 12:06 pm

    The heroes and the villans were mere examples… analogies. Because the pattern is the same.

    You reminded me of a situation Gheorghe Hagi went through about 5 or 6 years ago. That`s why Ive made the analogy with heroes.

  4. 4 noaa
    July 24, 2009 at 3:37 pm

    ok, u know i dont like football and (i'm sorry to say … but yeah, i am ignorant in this matter) i have no idea what happened to G. Hagi 5-6 years ago….

  5. 5 Arwen
    July 24, 2009 at 4:50 pm

    He got a red card (more than 5-6 years ago) and got off the field. That is not the issue.

    And I am convinced that you know as well as other people who G Hagi is and all the glory he has brought to the Romanian football. You don`t need intensive football studies to know that :).

    The conclusion: it doesn`t matter who you are, or what you did. If people placed you in the good/strong/heroes/bright/smart/genius/rocket scientist bucket, well… you are NOT allowed to make any mistakes, or to be weak, or to be human.

  6. 6 noaa
    July 24, 2009 at 7:17 pm

    or maybe you can … just do what einstein did when he screwed up some theory – blame others …


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