The great famous man stepped from his luxury car. The crowd was giving him a high and sincere welcome. Instead of being polite and waving respectable smiles of thanks or gratitude, he was wearing his dark glasses and in a hurry to get to the office. With a frowning surly face.

At the office, his boss was angry with him and he told him that he no longer needed his services. The star was surprised. He knew that the public outside loves him and his performance. He could not find an answer to the behavior of his chief.

Without leaving him to further thoughts, he told him that being humble was important to the company. Arrogance, vanity, and self-conceit are traits that they did not approve of. Therefore, he said, "please, go to the accountant and take all your rights and leave."

The star was astonished and he could not say a word. He was thinking of the people who came to say hello to him, his fans, and the special people who love him. He knew that he should have at least, smiled at them or waved his hand to them. His manager had been among those people observing his attitude and his response to them.  

Votes: 0
E-mail me when people leave their comments –

You need to be a member of MyEnglishClub to add comments!

Join MyEnglishClub


  •       My friend, I believe in the power of having courage to face our selves and change them. I know it is not easy for some of us, but if they believe in the power of kindness, they will do. No one can deny that kindness is the language that deaf can hear and blind can see. Thank you my friend for this nice artical. God bless you and your lovely family as well.  

    • Atafig maaki ya ustatha Sewar! We do not have the courage to face ourselves in most times. I really appreciate your nice words about the blog. Sorry for ,my late reply and thanks again.

  • Terima kasih banyak Fizzy! Thanks for pressing the like button. 

  • What goes up comes down 

    Safer to be humble and down to earth..

    Nothing lasts in this life 





    • Nannry Nadira! If we are humble, God will push you up. Thanks for your meaningful comment.

    • Neer nalavar Nadira. It is better to be humble, I agree with you. Thanks for your nice comment. 

    • Nannry Nadira! Thanks for pressing the like button!

  • Sorry, but your posts are always a bit blurry.  

    “The great famous man”? what was the profession of this “great” “famous” man? If his only duty was to entertain the public, then the “boss”  was right – He was not doing his job well ( especially if  that was against the organisational culture of the company)

    “Arrogance, vanity, and self-conceit” – where did that conclusion come from?  Just from this one small scene?

    And if I won't sound too rough, a crowd is a bitch (sorry for my french)  and it never loves anyone. The crowd  just wants entertainment

    • Madloba Tsiria! Thanks for your comment.

  • A great lesson for this snobbish guy

    thanks for sharing . 

This reply was deleted.