Reputation, Character and Judgment
No, not even my imagination stops me from looking forward into reality.
However, Antonello inspired me to look at someone’s character; but sometimes, his words of wisdom does not apply to certain people. Well, no need to mention, but usually, people will judge you if you’re doing the same faux pas again.
What faux pas?
– catfights on another celebrity
– secrecy on the real story like: “Ahem!? Creating stories just to divert attention (!?).
Reputation doesn’t [have to] match one’s character. Alright, I have to admit, I used to have a bad reputation during high school, but that does not make me a “slut.” (I did a lot of mistakes, but at least I never got suspended.)
In fact, it is a group of popular kids (or let’s say, group of well-known bunch of people) who would dictate what people should perceive you; the rules are not the ones that define you; it is the most dominant group of people that defines your reputation, not your character.
Somehow, my ex-best buddy had the same experience (he’s tattle-tale, but he does respect the faculty, somehow). Ironically, the popular kids do not do what they preach, and this is the common trait they share with know-it-alls. Usually, these people HATE hypocrites, polymer people, backfighters, feeling close and kiss-ass people (aka sipsip).
Also, popular kids at my former second home are fond of minding other people’s business– they would create something out of that nothing by spreading the word and let people define their reputation.
Most popular kids resemble the hypocritical celebrities. Of course, why not include me worst emeny on the list? First of all, she only became popular because of nepotism. Who could ever not deny that me worst emeny is only making issues to be the talk of the town? I’d say that only narrow-minded people are the ones who’ll think that she is a frank and feisty, honest person. Don’t you know that she could not even take responsibility of her actions? Being a “proud bad girl” should have a great reputation. Look at the real frank and feisty people. They may be the most misunderstood people, but come to think of it, they are better critical thinkers than those who claim to be frank and feisty at the same time.
Reputation may be linked to someone’s character, but that is because what one projects, represents oneself. Somehow, being judgmental should only be based upon observations, together with research.