‘when you keep tolerating bad behaviour, without putting an end to it, it grows into a dragon’ Ali Baba

Nigeria’s legendary comedian/actor Ali Baba once again has some words of advice for his followers at large.

Making us understand howfar we should go tolerating people’s behavior towards us at all time so they kind be mindful with their way of behaviour while with us. Read below:

He Wrote;

The things people do, should be observed. Because when you keep tolerating bad behaviour, without putting an end to it, it grows into a dragon and becomes uncontrollable.
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Just like jealousy. It starts like, “it’s because I care”. Then it begins to overshadow sensibilities. When it leads to accusations, that are wrong, that are then doused by apologies. Then they show up again fiercer than the last time. Because it has become an uncontrollable weapon.
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Just like Boko Haram. It started small. It was ignored. It grew to a seriously funded organisation. With huge funding. And g It away with murder. Now they are uncontrollable.
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Just like Herdsmen. They started with grazing. Took over expressways and busy roads. They destroyed farms and gardens. They started carrying guns razing down villages. Uncontrollable.
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Just like corrupt politicians. They started under the guise of serving the country. Then they get in start stealing and begin to perpetuate themselves. They now do everything to make sure nothing can stop them from being enriched from the national purse.
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Just like disrespect. A child insults people older than him. You say, he is just a child. Then seniors in school are added to the list. They start cussing at age 10. You say they are expressing themself. Then they insult and disobey teachers. They have finally joined bad gang. Then they open a Twitter account. Instagram and they go global. Untamed. Uncontrollable.
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Just like domestic violence. Starts with a slap. A punch. Red eye. Bleeding. Serious beating. Apologies. Expensive gifts. Holiday trips. Shopping spree… till you are blinded to your detriment. And your violator becomes uncontrollable.
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In the end, the anger that triggers the exhibition of this bad behaviour, becomes so uncontrollable that it burns up everything in its rage.

 

 

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The things people do, should be observed. Because when you keep tolerating bad behaviour, without putting an end to it, it grows into a dragon and becomes uncontrollable. _ Just like jealousy. It starts like, “it’s because I care”. Then it begins to overshadow sensibilities. When it leads to accusations, that are wrong, that are then doused by apologies. Then they show up again fiercer than the last time. Because it has become an uncontrollable weapon. _ Just like Boko Haram. It started small. It was ignored. It grew to a seriously funded organisation. With huge funding. And g It away with murder. Now they are uncontrollable. _ Just like Herdsmen. They started with grazing. Took over expressways and busy roads. They destroyed farms and gardens. They started carrying guns razing down villages. Uncontrollable. _ Just like corrupt politicians. They started under the guise of serving the country. Then they get in start stealing and begin to perpetuate themselves. They now do everything to make sure nothing can stop them from being enriched from the national purse. _ Just like disrespect. A child insults people older than him. You say, he is just a child. Then seniors in school are added to the list. They start cussing at age 10. You say they are expressing themself. Then they insult and disobey teachers. They have finally joined bad gang. Then they open a Twitter account. Instagram and they go global. Untamed. Uncontrollable. _ Just like domestic violence. Starts with a slap. A punch. Red eye. Bleeding. Serious beating. Apologies. Expensive gifts. Holiday trips. Shopping spree… till you are blinded to your detriment. And your violator becomes uncontrollable. _ In the end, the anger that triggers the exhibition of this bad behaviour, becomes so uncontrollable that it burns up everything in its rage.

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