Awombness: Workplace Bullying

I’m still on cloud 9 over yesterday’s post. I think it might be my favourite. And I don’t have favourites. You know, I was just thinking about bullies today. We all have them in our lives. It’s par for the course. But bullies are the worst type of humans.

There are a lot of different types of bullies. Paedophiles are monumental bullies. Bullies come in all shapes and predilections. I detest the corporate bully. They come with toxic work culture. Favouritism. Nepotism.

But here’s the thing about bullies. They’re curs. All. So I don’t bother myself too much about them. They’re an entire waste of energy. Some humans just are. And besides, I’m not about this life! My dreams and ideals are elevated to levels unimaginable.

It’s a deliberate choice not to focus solely on the lived experience. Because a lot of it is self directed in any event. So why watch the kettle boil? Instead, one should constantly reach for higher levels of understanding and/or achievement. That’s why I enjoy listening to Wesley Pepper’s Art Lexica Podcast. People who live.

I was so moved by an article I read recently. It was by Ugandan farmer, Anthony Kalulu. This cat can write. I was mesmerised. His is the kind of cause I can absolutely get behind. In fact, it’s one that all people should get behind! Awombness: Workplace Bullying

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