Here’s a few strategies to become the best victim you can be:
- Make everything, every interaction, every situation about you.
- Assume the worst in everyone else.
- Blame others for your feelings.
- Belittle others for having a different perspective.
- Find evil intent in the faults of others, while denying your own responsibility.
- See your reality as more real than another’s.
- Anytime someone disagrees with your delusions of victimhood shame them for not listening and not showing empathy or compassion.
- Don’t ever show gratitude when others adjust their schedule or plans to accommodate your victimhood.
It is crazy how similar being a victim is to being a narcissist.
If you do not help them fix mistakes, you are not showing compassion.
Big mistakes require big correction.
Serious mistakes require serious correction.
All correction must be done with integrity, transparency, love, and care.
The weak in spirit and character always look for those who seem weaker to try and assert advantage.
The truly strong focus on helping those who may appear in need.
Anytime reality is ignored you either win big or fail horribly. Take calculated risks, but always pursue what you feel is right.
If you want to do something:
- Find others who have done it.
- Learn how they did it.
- Gain the skills they needed.
- Create the right relationships.
- Focus your efforts and helping the the right people with your new skills.
- Keep Going.
As we support those around us, our entire world becomes stronger.
The best way to find what you need is to try and give it away.
It is all the same, the the more you give, the more you receive.
It is impossible to be a stronger version of yourself if you are busy drawing attention to the weakness of others.
Peace doesn’t coming from nothingness.
Peaces comes from wholeness.
When you are complete,
when you are present,
when you are following truth,
when you serve others,
when you allow yourself to be served,
when you work hard,
when you rest,
then you can be at peace.
Growth also means death. Death of the old to give birth to the new. As we kill off the old versions of ourselves, we allow the new, improved, wiser, better, and more evolved version of ourself to thrive.