Whats in Good Taste Whats in Bad Taste by Leslie A. Fischman
Its never in good taste to speak poorly of others, including oneself, whether it be in jest, or to paint a picture. You can never build yourself up by telling stories about self or others, it just makes you look like a gossip or a yenta (Jews call it).
Always be respectful of others, and do not make mention of the problems of others, or have pity for those who do not need your pity nor ask for it, that’s you subjecting yourself to harm, by speaking negatively of others or at others to generate a reaction from them to please yourself, that’s called selfish behavior, in poor taste.
What is bad taste, in bad taste is called to be disrespectful toward others, whether it be the customer, or the consumer, or of the work product of the writer, always be respectful of others, for their craftsmanship and their bravamente. Without whom we would not be here today, those who give us life, and protect us from harm. They are people generally in positions of trust who we admire, and hold dear, everyone else is subject for scrutiny that is a given, not one more important than the other.
People will often times try to make things about themselves to cause hardship to others, that is called unwanted solicitation and unwanted adherence to comment. It is never ones responsibility to respond to any outside commentary, outside of the arena of a writing space, there are plenty of spaces to comment herein. –My following is not very big, I have calculated numbers, and it has not risen to the level where anyone should treat me as famous or hold me to that expectation I’m not.
I am a private citizen, I do not currently have a job, was recently hospitalized because they thought I was suicidal when I was not suicidal, and am beginning work for my Mom this week. I am an on and off again Law Student at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, studying Risk Management and Compliance in Finance.
In my free time, I study trauma, trying to build a better understanding of trauma victims, including myself, and how to build better coping mechanisms suited to my individual needs as well as to the individual needs of those responding to others. That’s always in good taste to put yourself before others when sick, and to put others before yourself when well. What causes sickness, is God’s understanding.