Monday, September 29, 2008

Question on Humility...


How do you keep being humble or show humility...
after being insulted?

You smell like elephant butt!!!
Care to share your thoughts???

10 comments:

  1. Hahahaha...nice pic...ako I will still be nice to that person..actually para lalo siyang mainsulto I'll give him/her chocolates and or flowers pa...and then i'll tell it to his face that I appreciate his/her feedback cause I know it will help me to be a better person... (tapos pagtalikod ko I'll say asshole sor bitch! hehehehe)

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  2. paano maging humble sa sitwasyon na yan? dapat may conteksto. una, bakit naman ako pagsasabihan ng ganyan kung ngayon ko lang siya nakita. baka naman nakainom yun tao. kung ganun di ko na lang papansinin. kasi di rin niya ako kayang habulin kung sigawan kong BASTOS! at kumaripas ako nang takbo. lasing e. pangalawa, kung kumikilos naman siyang parang hindi normal, huwag ko na rin lang pansinin at palayo na lang ako. malalakas yan mga yan huh pag nainis sa yo. at pangatlo, kung normal pero agresibo at patuloy na iniinsulto ako, lalapit ako sa mamang pulis para isumbong siya - harrassment! (huwag lang kasama ang asawa ko at hello, baka nerbiyosin ako. pero may control ang asawa ko. huwag lang patuloy na nanlalait yan nang-iinsultong yan at sinusundan sundan pa ko. nakuuuu.) ay, kapatid. bakit mo pala ito natanong? bakit may nagsabi ba sa you na "You smell like an e_____________ b____?" anong ginawa mo? :p

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  3. As they say 'you can't please everybody'. If someone will insult me like that, I'll just ignore him because after all he's not worth of my attention and another thing 'ang magnanakaw galit sa kapwa magnanakaw' at 'ang pumapatol sa walang kwenta at di nag-iisip ng matino na tao ay wala ring kwenta at di nag-iisip ng matino (in other words 'tanga'). You only need to defend yourself if you need to and since he didn't hurt you physically and you shouldn't be hurt emotionally cause you know in yourself that it isn't true, then better leave him alone kasi isipin mo na lang, my sarili syang mundo (ham nga hehe)... otherwise, pag pinatulan mo xa you'll just end up like him ('wala sa hulog' :p) in front of others and you'll be humiliated even more.

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  4. pass ako dyan bro. ,kailangan ko pang matuto.

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  5. Ugh... so Biblical... Your goodness will be like heaping coals on their head, or something like that.

    Ayoko gumastos, he he he. :P

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  6. Wala po. Pinabayaan ko na lang. May vested interest kasi ako, eh, he he he. Eh kung wala lang po talaga, I might have told THE PERSON off. Then again, I'm trying to be CHRISTIAN about the whole scenario, so parang iniisip ko yung ginawa ni Christ when He was being asked questions in a condescending manner... parang gusto ko ding mag-doodles sa sahig. :P

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  7. I don't think it has something to do with pleasing anybody. For me, it's basically about respect for someone you really don't know yet. I've met so many people with very strong personalities yet they don't disrespect me by saying stuff about me that they really don't know (or people I know for this particular incident). Holding back or harnessing your tongue isn't a sin, it's just being sensitive to other people's feelings. This person, who claims to be a Christian (and YES, I do believe he is one) yaks and yaks about other people he doesn't even know, talks like he's never been wrong all his life, and is disrespectful about other people's beliefs. What's more, he lectured me about stuff I've known for most of my life. I don't find a need to defend myself also because he's just probably speaking from the wrong end or orifice. This is my summation of him because this is what he's shown me. What I've stated isn't an insult to that person... it was what he showed me.

    Also, we all have the right to be hurt physically, spiritually, and emotionally. It's actually not a right... it is an inevitable fact of life... it happens. If we don't feel them otherwise, we're fooling ourselves and depriving ourselves of what we should feel. What's important is how we react to them. This is what sets us apart from animals, the way GOD intended us to be.

    ...selah...

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  8. That's mighty courageous of you to admit that. Bravo. :)

    Actually, kaya nga din ako nagtatanong, eh, he he he. :P

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  9. Nio, Humility doesn't mean allowing others to trample you down. It is getting angry the right way at the right time for the right reasons. God bless you my brother. What I did in a similar situation? I just decided to be humble. By doing so, I got God's peace embracing me. Love you bro. Praying for you. You can pull it through.

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  10. Thanks po, Dadi Jer. Ang hirap hirap lang po talaga pag arrogance ang nakatapat mo, parang di ka mananalo. Pero rest assured naman po, I didn't give in, pero he has to be set right pa din, pero I don't think I'm the right person to do that.

    Thanks for praying for me po. :)

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