The definition of “loyalty” is a tricky one. A loyalty that is focused on “I can do this better than you” is not a loyalty at all. A loyalty that is focused on “I am better than you” and “We are better off together” is a loyalty at best; at worst, it is a betrayal of the person you’ve become.
A person that has loyalty to another person is a person that is loyal to himself. This concept makes us all so angry when it is not true and it is a very common reason why people leave each other.
I am not advocating for a person to have no loyalty, I am advocating for a person to have no loyalty for himself. Yes, a person can be betrayed by another person, but this does not mean that the person who betrayed is an evil person. In fact, being betrayed by another person does not mean that the person who betrayed has no self worth. Being betrayed by a person to the point of death is a loss, but it is the loss of the person that is the betrayal.
For the person who has betrayed another, the loss is not the betrayal. The betrayal is the loss of the person that you are not able to trust anymore. The person who betrayed you can be trusted by another, but in doing so, he has lost himself.
The concept of betrayal is a bit of a no-no for the person who is a traitor. A traitor is one who has betrayed someone to the point of death. The loss of an individual’s life is not an individual loss. In fact, if you’re a traitor, you probably don’t care if the person who betrayed you is a traitor. That’s fine.
Not everyone who is a traitor is evil. But when a person is a traitor, you can be sure that the person has no respect for you or your values. In that sense, a traitor is as much a person as anyone else. In the same way that an animal is a person, so is a person who is a traitor.
In fact, some people are willing to do just about anything to get what they want. They may even feel that the person who betrayed them is just another enemy that they need to be rid of. But when you betray someone, you are betraying both their person and your values. A traitor is a person who is willing to do whatever it takes to get the people they want and destroy you in the process.
In the case of treason, the traitor is willing to do whatever it takes to get the people they want and destroy you in the process. That is not the case with people who are willing to betray their values, because they may not even care about the people they are betraying. That is why it is so important for people to have a clear understanding of what is going on in their lives.
This is a concept I don’t fully support, but I believe it’s important, not to overstate the case, but to put it into practice so I can work with you guys.