I was back from a workshop with college students that hailed me as a hero.Â Just as i was brushing away from the glory and admiration, a road under constructionÂ stops me.Â The contractor comes to be with eyes the shape of marbles.Â
Then he starts scolding me as if i was a, what to say, nobody.Â I just realized it has been a long time i had not been a ‘nobody’.Â I was wearing my helmet so he did not see my face may be.Â
I remember days before when this type of treatment would not come to me as a shock.Â
Luckily i have to get out of my comfort zone of glorification every day as i am a one-day-ceo.Â Still i realize it is so difficult to adjust to the rampage of insolence that the streets throw at you.Â Imagine being a cuff-wearing CEO driving a black luxury chauffeured car.Â No thanks for me.Â That would keep so far away from reality, that thought itself scare me.Â
Anyways, i escaped from the contractor’s frustation that i spoilt his construction a little bit, with the least communication.Â i told him, “what is the point of shouting? you become bad , i become bad and the onlooker becomes bad.Â Eventually i will have to pass through the road and it will damage your construction anyway since there is no other way out of here.Â So bye.”Â Then i zoomed off.Â
Indeed i like to be a nobody at times.