Reblog: What You Did Yesterday is Meaningless — A Barbarian in Gentlemen’s Clothing

Good evening Twisties,

It’s not everyday that I reblog something for you to read but just occasionally, something catches my eye. This evening, I wanted to share with you this absolutely wonderful and very thought-provoking post from one of my much-loved readers, Mr. A. This piece was so prominent to me because it really got me thinking about all of the people that I’ve met who have done great things, but then thrown it all away on something that they’ve said or done. This isn’t only true of years gone by but day to day also – we can all strive to be good and do better each day. 

If you’ve never visited his blog before, be sure to pay Mr. A a visit for more great and inspiring reads. I hope you enjoy! 


 

Most of the time, your reputation is meaningless. You could be perfect for ten years, but if you are an asshole for 30 seconds, the world will act as you have always been one.

What You Did Yesterday is Meaningless — A Barbarian in Gentlemen’s Clothing

2 thoughts on “Reblog: What You Did Yesterday is Meaningless — A Barbarian in Gentlemen’s Clothing

  1. I read the post and I definitely agree. I hate when people use their reputations or positions of power as an accuse for doing something awful. Sometimes they even think that they’re reputations mean that they’re above the law and don’t have to follow the same rules as others. Case and point – celebraties not following the quarantine guidelines while the rest of us were in lockdown. Actions speak louder than career titles. Thanks for sharing! 😊

    1. Oh don’t even get me started on those types! Haha. Rita Ora is one such example. £10,000 for them is a weekend’s work. £10,000 for me is life-changing.

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