There’s always some truth behind every rumour, however, the main thing to remember is, the truth may or may not be related to the person people are speaking about.
If somebody you know is sharing a negative story about somebody you don’t know so well. You have to ask the following questions.
- Do they not like that person?
- Do they not want you to like that person?
- Is the person you’re speaking with not a nice person?
- Why are they telling you that story in the first place?
If you were to apply the, “asking for a friend,” to this situation. The person telling you the story could be telling you a story about what they did rather than what the other person did.
If you were to put this into context. Somebody famous makes an serious allegation about an opponent without any real proof, for example (they’ve taken performance enhancing drugs.
They’re basically telling you not to trust them and their success is down to cheating rather than hard work. Guilty until proven innocent. They may be working on the premise, if you throw enough shit at a wall, some of it may stick.
Another example is the current presidential race is America. The current president seems to be sure it’s impossible for Joe Biden to have won the election without cheating.
Based on this theory, is he informing us of some of his own election strategy. That’s based on the following old but true quote.
“What you see in other people is a reflection of who you are.” This is true, however, the following line is also true.
“What you see in other people is also a reflection of who you were.” And if have changed, maybe they have too.
Where was I, oh yeah, I did get off topic, the main point of the post is.
If you didn’t see something with your own eyes, or hear it with your own ears. Ask yourself, is it true?