Prey and predators
One thing often forgotten: if we want to stand as an example for others, we have to be flawless, or at least not obviously flawed. One can't point out a sin in others, while falling into the exact same sin. Or rather, one can do it, of course, we can do whatever we want, but we might fall prey to our own words - and once that happens, we might as well forget any respect others might have towards us. I saw it coming, and waited quietly for the blow. Then I did what I know best: throw a handful of smoke bombs, nod when needed, add a bit of self-irony (they never understand). Always works. In the meanwhile, I laugh inside because you keep missing the point. All points, actually. You're clueless about what is going on, and you try what seems to you the most obvious explanation. The obvious is seldom real, though. You need to see a little outside the box. If you don't get it meanwhile - I don't think you will - I'll tell you about it when time comes.