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Do Not Fear The Overwhelming Numbers Of Narcissists: They Are Little People

Do Not Fear The Overwhelming Numbers Of Narcissists: They Are Little People

Do Not Fear The Overwhelming Numbers Of Narcissists: They Are Little People

I am a FIRM BELIEVER in this idea that “it is not the MEN who count but the MAN who counts.”

Narcissists are cowards. I state this in many of my articles because I KNOW this to be true. These are people who cannot and will not stand alone.

They surround themselves with fools, vicarious livers, and people seeking attention, no matter where it comes from.

Narcissistic people fear many things in life.

Such as:

  • Ridicule
  • Shame
  • Other people being better than them
  • Other people being happy
  • Being alone
  • and much more (Check out my 25 Things Narcs Hate & Fear)

But if there is one thing a narcissist truly fears in this life, it is realization.

Do Not Fear The Overwhelming Numbers Of Narcissists: They Are Little People

Narcs know that they are NOT amazing people. They know that no matter how hard they try in life, they will never be more than what they are.
And as harsh as that sounds, this is a truth.

People who can do great things RARELY ever trash people. They rarely ever kick a man down FOR NO REASON.

But people who CANNOT do great things will trash others, and they will try and destroy others.

In their weak, small minds, they think, “if I can’t have it or do it, no one can.”

This is not scary.

This is superlatively childish.

Like a toddler who throws a temper tantrum because he can’t have the last slice of cake, so too are these legions of narcissists out there.

They are losers, and they want everyone else around them to be losers as well.

Do not fear these little small people.

Nor laugh at them.

Rise above them by SIMPLY…BEING…YOU.

Listen, Little Man by Wilhelm Reich

“You differ from a great man in only one respect: the great man was once a very little man, but he developed one important quality: he recognized the smallness and narrowness of his thoughts and actions. Under the pressure of some task that meant a great deal to him, he learned to see how his smallness, his pettiness endangered his happiness. In other words, a great man knows when and in what way he is a little man. A little man does not know he is little and is afraid to know. He hides his pettiness and narrowness behind illusions of strength and greatness, someone else’s strength and greatness. He’s proud of his great generals but not of himself. He admires an idea he has not had, not one he has had. The less he understands something, the more firmly he believes in it. And the better he understands an idea, the less he believes in it.” ― Wilhelm Reich, Listen, Little Man!

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I call myself the Rational Humorist. Narcs to me are cancer to humanity. The only way to beat cancer is to fight back against it.

The best way to defeat a narc is to see them as the jokes they are.

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