Publicly not to disrupt people with mask. One should tear off masks and scold people one on one, unless it is a public execution designed to frighten others. Most people are afraid of public humiliation.
When they serve the cause of evil - they are evil themselves. When they serve the cause of good - they are good. They are servants to something stronger. Don't blame them and show empathy. As they're already living in eternal pain and humiliation.
Be kind, fair and honest - and people will appreciate you.
Indeed, pity is just a sophisticated form of humiliation.
- Some people demand pity for themselves.
We don't like people who demand something. Even the fact of demanding makes them unpleasant to us.
Well brought up people ask politely and then thank politely if they get what they asked. And if they don't get what they asked for, they don't put themselves into victim role in order to make others feel guilty.
Normal people need respect but pity or handouts offend and humiliate these people.
But there is one exception: it happens when «We don't demand what belongs to others. We demand what's ours».
On the other hand, if you really want, you can do anything. It's a matter of love... Love is the God of this world... God can do anything. Mr. Nero's horse made a Senator... and nothing... And nice horse, and educational humiliation of other senators, to know the place.
If the book "Variothoughts" is not translated into your native language - it is your personal shame. A good translation costs less than 20 thousand euros, less than the price of one run-down iron horse. You say you love the truth? You are a vile liar! Any of your passions cost you many times more...
Shame is a sign of imperfection. Shame is not something to cherish, but something to build on in order to grow. Shame is something to run from. Your task is to get rid of shame, not by killing it, but by outgrowing it, becoming bigger than it.
The desire to see the boss his father and mother in one person creates in man the paralyzing fear, stupidity and a subconscious desire to do the opposite. "You're doing everything wrong, you're embarrassing me," screams the hysterical mother... as an adult child paralyzed standing in front of his boss and the work falls out of his hands, and he loses his job.
I have seen the glory of the world, but the glory of the world is passing. I have seen the humiliation of the world, but the humiliation passes. Solomon said it was a fuss, and I said it was the wind driving the waves crashing on the sand...
He who finds his dream becomes a laughing stock for others, acquiring the contempt of a slave. He who goes to a distant goal must be ready to pass the test of contempt, ridicule and humiliation. Before you become the first, you will be the last. You will despise, throw rocks, beat and pour mud. You will be lower and even lower will be above you, and will spit on you from trampling.
If you're pretending, and I know you're pretending all the time, be prepared to be caught in lies and inconsistencies all the time. To be ready means not to strain in this occasion and relate to the humiliation of himself philosophically happy.