Well, we can say that it can, but to such a person there will be no trust in the future, which in principle is not a problem, because in our world no one can be trusted. But, if a person did not give anybody any promises, and he was forced to feel a duty, can he refuse this debt in this case, because he promised nothing to anyone? Theoretically, maybe, but in fact, such people are condemned by society and in some cases punished by them. Let's say a person does not want to go into the army and defend his homeland, although his sense of duty should, like, call him to it, but he does not want to.
In the world of big business, where there are practically no suckers, where realists do not just let themselves be deceived, they know how to negotiate in such a way that both sides remain winners. Let's just say, people with intelligence, divide the blessing in direct proportion, this very mind, but the lie is used already in inverse proportion to a person's mental abilities. It is obvious that a person with greater power and authority, according to the laws of this world, should have a somewhat more privileged position than the one who is weaker.
That is, you see, from their point of view, he was not them when they met, but became selfish, after a while. This really happens, for a number of reasons, I will not deny it. Too good life relaxes a man, and he begins to allow himself a lot. But very often an overly selfish man can be recognized at the initial stage of acquaintance with him. You just need to pay attention to all sorts of little things in his behavior. And then you can see whether he is selfish or not. Or rather, how selfish he is-terrible or moderate.
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