And before ending this article I still have one thing which is about hypocrisy with a personal example too.
We all know what is to have fake/false friends around you, but this time is the fake/false statements that people in general are making, maybe just to stand out for making a good impression or just to fool others.
And my example is that: When I first announced the “coming out” date of my book, there were a lot of people who had written to me to congratulate me and more than that, to assure me that my book will be 100% read by them.
I lost the count of messages that I got that day and I lost the count of the people who gave their word and never respected it.
But, I was amazed by the people who just congratulate me or not, and still supported me and bought the book right after.
I’m not scared of not selling my books or something like that because it’s been two months already and they’re going very well. People who are curious and want to support the true face of this generation, help to recover this ill society, are buying these books. And not just that, they tell others about me and so, more and more people get to know my work, get to know who I am, and also, buy the book. (So don’t you dare come after and tell me otherwise of the fact why I needed to write that specifically thing down. Thank you.)
If you ever feel like you need to tell someone something without actually feeling it and wanting it 100%, don’t. Don’t be hypocritical. Especially to the one who is at the start of a new chapter in his/her life. You wouldn’t like it either, to come someone at you, tell you how amazing you are, assure you that they’ll support you once you give it on the market (whatever you may want), and after to be sitting by yourself and thinking “where are them?”. The ones who have given their word to you.