I hate hypocrites. I loathe them more than anything in this whole wide world! This year's going to end in about 72 hours approximately. The year 2010 taught me many lessons ranging from how cruel and selfish this world can get to how to deal with jealous people who don't really know what problems they have with me. But the one lesson which I would never forget is how to cope with dual-faced losers called hypocrites. Yes, they have been constantly present in my life trying to do God knows what.
Let me define to you who a hypocrite actually is: It's the person to whom every popular senior is an idol, every prone-to-be-flattered teacher a mother, every smart-and-good looking friend a sister etc. They know absolutely nothing except for how to build profitable relations with influential people and then using them like a tissue paper before throwing them in a bin. They lack originality and don't know who they actually are, but still they would certainly butt in everywhere they are required not to interfere. That, to a certain extent, sums up their persona.
These hypocrites are the main reason why often good relations erode and go down the drain. Being the main cause of disturbances and problems, they love giving rise to chaotic situations. They would say something and do exactly the opposite of that something. The main place where you can easily detect their presence is- your local school. Schools are filled with these parasites who are at all time looking for a host. What makes them easy to detect is their unrealistic sweetness which starts budding wherever they see they can get profit.
I wonder why people are so scared of their real selves? Are they ashamed of who they are? Scared that they might get rejected because they are not good? The main reason why a country like Pakistan which is bubbling with enthusiastic youngsters isn't progressing is because these youngsters are scared of showing who they actually are. They fear that if they admit that someone is better than them it would lower their self-esteem. They fear admitting that they don't like the unjust system of their school. They fear admitting that they have beliefs different from others. They just want to fit in in a society which is materialistic and deprived of moralistic values. Thats it. They can not see any one happy and are never self satisfied. They want others to be unhappy because they aren't happy. They want others to suffer because they suffered. But you know what? The funny part is that I have absolutely no issues with this aim of theirs- of making others suffer. But what annoys me is this- they don't have the guts to do all this without hiding their faces which clearly shows how guilty they are. They would pretend as if they are benefiting the other person but on the other side they are the real stabbers. They would pretend to share your sorrows but in the true sense they are the ones giving you that sorrow.
If you are proud of doing something that is right according to you but wrong according to the world, then do it confidently. If you are proud of your opinions and decisions, then be brave and bravely act upon them. Stop being a coward. Stop using that flowery language while conversing with the person you hate the most when you know that you haven't yet dissolved that grudge you have against that person. Hypocrites are cowards. Big cowards- who don't have the guts to face the world with their REAL self. They cover themselves up in different veils trying to morph into different figures just so that they can hide their ugly personalities. And such people are a curse for our society.
Be yourself. We all have a hypocrite hidden inside us, which most of us let out very easily. And that hypocrite soon brings us into the limelight of this world but simultaneously shoves us into darkness and deprives us of gem-like relations which are based upon pure intentions. If you have a problem with someone, tell that person. Cry your heart out before doing that, whine in your friend circle but at the end of the day share it with the person it concerns. That person has a right to know it. And yeah, stop ruining other people's lives just because you didn't have a perfect life yourself. That's unfair and inhuman. Last but not the least, build friendships with strong bases, not expecting the other person to express their affection in words all the times, showering you with praises and gifts. Expect them to hide some love. That strengthens relations more than the one expressed in front of the world. Cheers!