We often come across people who do not have the same philosophy as us, and it does not mean that our philosophy is greater than theirs, it simply means that we all have different opinion on things and there is nothing wrong in it.
No matter how well intended your actions are, there will always be someone who won’t be pleased with it.
Some will misinterpret your intentions, others will criticize while few have a funny reason of not liking it – jealously, negative approach towards things and also insecurity at times.
The bottom line is you should not be concerned about it cause let’s say “it’s none of your business” to be bothered about others opinion.
Every person that we meet has their own set of believes which are a result of their personal experiences and it’s almost close to impossible to change that belief or expecting them to agree with our beliefs.
No matter how hard you try, you can’t have everyone to like you. Every decision that you make will leave someone or other disappointed.
You can’t be all things to all people, you should not try to be everyone’s favourite. The only thing you should be able to do every day is to be able to look at yourself in mirror day-after-day and knowing that you did everything right and everything that could have done and also your actions should coincide with your beliefs.
So do you have it in you? Do you stand up for what you believe in even if it means you might lose a few friends? Do you stand up for what you believe in, even if your job is on the line? Yes it is a scary thing, but it is the right thing.
The popular choice is not always the right choice. The fastest way is not always the best way.
“If you stumble about believability, what are you living for? Love is hard to believe, ask any lover. Life is hard to believe, ask any scientist. God is hard to believe, ask any believer. What is your problem with hard to believe?” – Yann Martel