The Art of Being a Terrible Human: Never Show Power on Anyone Less Than You… NEVER!

Greetings, fellow humans, and welcome to a not-so-heartwarming guide on how to be the worst version of yourself imaginable. Today’s lesson? Why you should never, ever extend even an ounce of decency or respect to those you perceive as beneath you. Strap in, folks, because we’re about to dive headfirst into the murky depths of self-centeredness and arrogance.

Let’s start with a classic proverb: “I don’t respect the one who does not respect anyone under them.” Ah, yes, words to live by, if your goal is to be a complete and utter jerk. Because who needs empathy or compassion when you can trample over the feelings of others like a bull in a china shop?

Imagine this scenario: You’re out for a stroll in the park, basking in the glory of your own superiority, when you come across someone struggling to carry their groceries. Do you lend a hand? Perish the thought! That would imply that you’re not the center of the universe. Instead, you saunter by, relishing in their discomfort, because hey, who needs basic human decency anyway?

But why stop there? Take every opportunity to remind those around you of their place in the pecking order. Need your coffee just right? Make it clear that anything less than perfection is unacceptable – unless, of course, you enjoy the taste of disappointment. Want to assert your dominance in a conversation? Interrupt, talk over, and dismiss the opinions of others with reckless abandon. Because who needs respectful discourse when you can just shout louder?

And let’s not forget the joys of passive-aggressive behavior. Nothing says “I’m better than you” quite like a well-timed eye roll or a cutting remark. Need to put someone in their place? Use sarcasm and condescension like a master painter wields their brush – with precision and flair.

Of course, no guide to being a terrible human would be complete without a healthy dose of hypocrisy. Demand respect from others while simultaneously treating them like dirt. Take credit for their accomplishments, but assign blame at the drop of a hat. Because who needs integrity when you can just throw everyone else under the bus?

In conclusion, dear readers, never underestimate the power of being a complete and utter jerk. Embrace your inner narcissist, revel in your ability to make others feel small, and remember: Never show power on anyone less than you… NEVER! Because in the game of life, it’s every man for himself – and may the most selfish, egotistical person win.

While competition exists, focusing solely on personal gain ignores the power of cooperation, empathy, and shared success. We’re all interconnected, and valuing both individual achievement and the well-being of others leads to a more meaningful and fulfilling life. Choose a path that benefits not just yourself, but also the world around you.



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Nishanth Muraleedharan, also known as "Nishani," is an IT engineer who transitioned into entrepreneurship, driven by a profound passion for the textile industry. As the president of Save Handloom Foundation, ( and the Founder & CEO of DMZ International Imports & Exports Pvt Ltd., I am passionate about reviving the Indian handloom industry and empowering the weavers and artisans across the country. With 25+ years of experience in the textile industry, I have developed deep market insights and a rich network of handloom weaving societies, master weavers, and self-help groups, who exclusively make products for our trust.