Our whole life is solid meetings and parting.With relatives, relatives, friends, cities and countries, classes and professions. Disappointment in a person we trusted can be a good lesson for us. Or destroy life by inflicting an unhealed wound. Is it possible to simultaneously maintain the immediacy of perception and sincerity and protect yourself from pain? Or should we act on the principle of "not betraying someone who does not trust anyone"?
Disappointment in a person can be caused even bynot so much his betrayal or a low act. After all, much can be understood and forgiven. We are more concerned about the need to change our perception of it. Disappointment in a person is always associated with emotions and feelings - it is most often due to the fact that we did not know his present that they created a fictional image. The mismatch of this image with our expectations causes so much resentment and bitterness.
Quotes about disappointment in people teach us wiseand a calm attitude towards human weaknesses. For example, one of them says: "Faith helps to live." Disappointment teaches us to think. " But W. Churchill formulated the idea somewhat differently: "If you are still capable of disappointment, then you are still young." Let's think about these words: they are truthful and witty. Skepticism and cynicism, the belief that the whole world is not trustworthy is a kind of old age of the soul.
Disappointment in a person is possible only if,when we believe our neighbors. Can I prepare for it? Put on a protective shell? You can only develop tolerance and the ability to forgive yourself. Disappointment in a loved one is akin to the destruction of an idol, a deity. If we look at someone who is dear to us, not as an embodiment of an ideal, but as a mere mortal with all his virtues and weaknesses, it will be much easier for us to accept his sins.
We constantly overestimate the bar, demanding from lifeall at once. In our youth we are full of hopes and dreams. But even ourselves we can not perceive objectively. Mental maturity manifests itself in not living illusions. To accept reality as it is. Between cynicism, total skepticism and iridescent optimism, there is also a truly adult position. Live here and now, with those who surround, accepting the world, themselves and other people.