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Taken for Granted: Fuck them out of Life

'Mokaterinian', this word was used in a Bollywood Movie called Sahib, Biwi Aur Gangstar; and believe me what a deep meaning the word conveys. People now a days are more of a Profit seeking animal rather than a social animal. They tend to stay with you, only if they feel they would actually be befitted by you. 
The fact is 18 years of my life, I believed that being inferior to others simply helps you to get along well with them. People always enjoy being on top of others. And specially the Indians, we always like to dominate others, just because I suppose we were ruled upon by the British for about 200 years. But I have tried to be a neutral one. I wanted to maintain a rapport with almost everyone I knew, and as for that I have always initiated in maintaining a healthy relationship with them.
But there is a threshold limit of everything. You can actually wait and tolerate their behavior for quite sometime, but if they fail to respond, I feel there is no point waiting for them and getting hurt. People now a days are greedy and fail to understand modesty, and even as 'An eye for an eye makes the world blind', but its at least better than being the lone Blind, while others enjoy snatching the sight of yours. 
It has been almost an year that I have blogging and I suppose, I have been rather optimistic and conventional in my approach. But the fact is, people tend to take you for granted if you are modest enough. 
Abraham Lincoln said 'He has a right to criticize, who has a heart to help.' So going by that, I have helped almost all of my friends when they actually need me. But in return, all I got was mockery of being a fool and easing their life. But till date, I believed that they are immature d, and when they will gain sense, they would actually acknowledge my contribution.

But the fact is, I suppose people are over matured in making people work for them by acting as immature. How silly is that? So, if people start taking you for granted, better prepare yourself to be more determined.  You might feel lonely at times, but trust me its better than tolerating the pain of being betrayed and being mocked of. Enjoy a casual relationship with everyone and always take pride in the fact that how you are better than others. Be a bit self obsessed and fuck the people out of your life who takes you for granted. And believe me, you will lead a much happier life.


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