Winners Never Cheat And Cheaters Never win

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Nowadays Few people like to fool and cheat others by doing flattery, showing off or being too loyal while doing this they think they are cunning and smart enough to disguise themselves. Nobody is noticing them their foxy behavior. They would easily use people like tools in their selfish ego workshop, but these tricksters forget that person they are fooling also has brain and senses. They are silent not because they are not noticing anything they are silent because they are watching you, they are good listeners, and they want to see to what extent you can fall from their eyes. They do not want to stoop down to your level. They are aware that you are mean and selfish your loyalty is not with them it’s only with your needs & desires once your needs will change so does your loyalty you are just manipulating everything.

Actually, in fooling others, these cheaters deceive themselves. They lose their worth and credibility. The opportunity and growth they can earn by learning they miss that. It is so difficult for them to come openly and authentically. Deep down they know they are dishonest! They hide behind lies and deceit. They keep running from themselves never accept their truth and reality! Their insecurities frustrate them quickly as they put all their energy behind their mean intentions, and ultimately they get what they deserve! People whom they were expecting much ignore them. They don’t allow imposters to create a mess or offend them. Foolers get fooled in their own game by deceiving and defeating themselves!

“The easiest way to be Cheated is to believe yourself to be more cunning than others.”

46 thoughts on “Winners Never Cheat And Cheaters Never win

  1. Well said. Unfortunately too many people get by through being dishonest that they don’t even recognise truth and kindness when they see it. They believe that everyone is just the same as they are and only see the world as reflections of themselves. Thank you for sharing your truth πŸ™πŸ½

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    1. Hey Richa I am good! Hope you are doing good! Thank you so much for nomination and encouragement! I really appreciate it and I would definitely love to participate! ❀️😊

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  2. I rarely* understand cheating as a way of life. I think back to when I was a kid and playing board games with friends. There were some who might cheat and win, but where’s the satisfaction in that? You win but you only know that you won, not that you were skilled enough to win. The same is true in the working world or politics. Sure, you might get what you wanted, but wouldn’t you feel some remorse or a sense that you didn’t deserve it? I sure would. Heck, there are times I look at the things I actually worked for and think “Wow, do I really deserve this?” If I cheated I would be plagued with insecurity from morning to night.

    * I said “rarely” because in some cases – particularly when there’s money involved, I get it. I see why people cheat in the Tour de France, for example. It’s become so common you almost have to to succeed, and on top of that, if you win there is a lot of money to gain.

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    1. Well said Todd!! we can’t get satisfaction and peace when we cheat and win. Our conscious never allow us to feel that true joy and happiness! I guess that’s why we believe honesty is the best policy! Thank you so much Todd for taking time to read and share your experience! Have a wonderful weekend! 😊

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  3. This is such a true post KrantiπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
    The world is full of such peopleπŸ™„
    And the saddest part is they are loved more than the genuine ones.
    But as you said it’s not that everyone dont notice their flattery or masked face😊

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    1. I know dear it is really sad we all are experiencing these people everyday! πŸ˜’ certainly they show their true colors as time passes! πŸ’›πŸ˜Š

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