The question I would like to discuss with you today is “Why do they get offended with my jokes?”. Well, if you have a similar sense of humor as me, this question has probably popped in your mind several times now. At first, I thought it was because of my sarcasm. We can’t deny the fact that sarcasm is not well received by all people, and some even dislike hanging out with sarcastic people. But what I actually found is that when we are talking about sarcasm, we are talking about something that is more than just a habit; it is a character. And just like any other human character, eventually people get used to it, assuming that the relationship with that particular person gets stronger and deeper over time.
The question I would like to discuss with you today is “Why is there a person as mean as him?”. This one is a tough one to answer, since as we all probably know, it is pretty difficult to isolate a single factor that causes the development of a spiteful behavior towards other people. In other words, answering this question is a bit like digging up a time capsule that has been hidden from decades ago in the ground. You have to do it one scoop at a time consistently to unveil every layer beneath it. Here are the multiple layers that you need to unveil, to finally discover the reason why someone acts in a certain behavior. And after that, perhaps, make some changes.
The question I would like to discuss with you today is “Is the act of giving that important?”. Well, by this point, I think all of us have witnessed how the act of giving comes naturally to a certain group of people. Basically, they like giving. However, it might not come as naturally to some people. Those who belong to the latter probably ask this question more often than the others. I am here to tell you that it is perfectly normal to ask this question to yourself. People come in different shapes and sizes, not just from the outside but also from the inside. So, not everyone is a natural philanthropist like some of our friends or family. And you know what? Me neither.