..I am the one to be blamed.
Last night, I followed every word "that somebody" told me, and I am still the one to be blamed. I patiently helped "that somebody" from the start to the end.
"That somebody" was cranky and impatient, for the reason that, the task cannot be found. ("That somebody" raised his voice to me as I patiently tried to find the task.)
Finally, I helped "that somebody" find the task. I told "that somebody" something like, "I found the task for you, but it was from somewhere else. It was not the format you were trying to tell me about."
"That somebody" seriously answered, "You are such a philosopher!"
I did not receive any appreciation at all. Instead, I only received that.
That is obviously frustrating. All in all, I must understand how people are. We are who we are. I cannot control "that somebody," who is arrogant with a very huge ego.
I used to be like "that somebody" before.
Now, I want to become a better person. I am not ashamed to tell people about my weakness. I have apologized more than ever before. I acknowledge people when I am wrong by telling them, "Yuh, you are right."
(Enough with comparing myself to "that somebody." It will not do myself any good. Pointing fingers will not make me become a better person.)
First and foremost, focus only on myself. In life, I must learn how to make adjustments in interacting with different types of people.
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