The vicious circle of our self-centered inclination

We people are obsessed about how others might think about us, the opinions they have on us, how our words and actions might be interpretated. The thing we forget when we let our psychology go through this damaging yet irresistible journey is that most of those people are so concerned about their own lives that the most time they afford to thinking about us is barely 1/20, or even 1/30 of their day. All the rest is about their own life and their own shit.

But it is because of that very reason, that innate self-centered propensity that we cannot help but assume that others will be thinking about us all the time, hence spending harrowing moments on guessing how they spend all this time judging us.


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