WE ALL often get caught up in things, pride ourselves: I am the best, I am the greatest, the most handsome, the most beautiful, the smartest, the best, the most powerful, the most true. Anyway most everything.
And we are often trapped in this, feeling ourselves the most deprived: the poorest, the dumbest, the worst, the most miserable so that there is no need to prolong life in the world.
For the first thing, all he saw was the lack of other people, then laughed out loud and even spat out phlegm. On the other hand, you are never aware of your own shortcomings. Hence, people like this hardly ever laugh at themselves.
For the second, what is seen as only the strength of others, then glorifies him like a god and even insults himself for feeling nothing. Hence, a person like this couldn't laugh at all. Either laugh at other people or laugh at himself alone. Because, for him, laughter is a rare item that belongs to people: to have a beautiful face, to have a position, to have a position, to have educational advantages, or to have proud popularity.
People can easily shed tears, weep over their failures or mourn their unfortunate fate. But, to laugh at yourself, realizing how ridiculous you are, not everyone can do it.
In fact, everyone, whoever he is, whoever his parents are, regardless of ethnicity, whatever religion, no matter how high his education, whatever social status, must have shortcomings. On the other hand, how stupid a person is, no matter how poor a person is, the worst someone looks, there must be advantages.
Quoting from the words of Milan Kundera once reminded us all: "No progress is possible in humanity without being able to laugh at oneself".
Therefore, try to laugh occasionally. Not laughing at anyone, but laughing at myself who sometimes lies. Both lies in speaking, and lies in attitude to cover up the real situation.