When does the bad become good?
My majors professor asked, “Whom would you choose, a leader who is a gambler, smoker and a playboy OR someone who is loyal to one partner, non-smoker and vegetarian?
In reality, the way you apply your own philosophies to yourself reflects on how you would implement them, if ever you become a leader.
Yes, it happens in real life. The smoker, gambler and playboy happens to be a good guy while the non-smoking vegetarian who is a loyalist to his partner happens to be the bad guy. Respectively, they are Winston Churchill and Adolf Hitler.
In the modern times, this type of phenomenon repeated, well, as for me.
Compare and Contrast
The smoker, peer-oriented one happens to be the good one, despite the fact that she is taken for granted while the other one seems conservative but is less approachable than the other one.
It’s good that you know that the category, “Bad Guys Make Good Music” is there to see hoe delinquents make better craft than those who are the good guys. In the classroom, the scariest professor seems to teach a lot of things in life, while the lenient one seems hard to please.
Here’s the thing. People who come from countries that are once members of the Axis powers happens to be friendlier and more family-oriented, as compared to the Allied powers.
Do you think that being one-sided and parallel-minded is the final way of judging things? It is of course, based on your perception, but mind you, they might prove you incorrect.