It is amazing how many different ways people can be hypocritical. When I was little, we took this class on “kids don’t float.” The people who set up this program said that even when you’re on ice wear a life jacket. Then they also gave me the introduction into hypocritical situations by telling us that only experienced swimmers (like themselves) can go out on the three-foot-thick ice, and they are not even that experienced. Again I am not one to talk because I am a hypocrite all the time, but people come on, practice what you preach. I guess it’s just human nature because like me people are hypocritical all the time.
Recently, I was listening to my loud music and my parents told me to turn it down. As most kids my age would do, I reluctantly turned it down a very little amount. Just the other day though my dad was playing music so loud in his truck it was making it vibrate until it looked like it was about to shatter the already damaged windshield.
Until the next blog, think of one time you were a hypocrite, and think about what caused it.