Quote by Carson Kolhoff : “Don’t ever mistake my silence for ignorance, my”
“ Don’t ever mistake my silence for ignorance , my calmness for acceptance or my kindness for weakness .”
Al Capone. Super kind guy, right? Here’s the full quote: “ Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness . I am kind to everyone, but when someone is unkind to me, weak is not what you are going to remember about me.”
The speaker is explaining that his / her way of expressing grief is quiet. – user888379 May 16 ’19 at 22:48. If you think my silence is because I am not grieving , you would be wrong. Don’t make that mistake . –
It means don’t take advantage of a petsons kindness . In many cases kind people are treated with less respect because people mistake their kindness as someone who is weak and will allow others to treat them without the respect they deserve.
People will see you as weak “You can never be too nice to people, but you must nonetheless, be vigilant, as some will see it as a sign of weakness and try to take advantage of you,” warns Quora user Christopher Kosel in one representative answer.
Often times, being kind is viewed as a weakness . Whether it is being kind to ourselves, or being kind to those around us. In all reality, kindness is a strength and negativity is the real weakness .
“ Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness , I’m kind to everyone, but when someones unkind to me, weak is not what you’re going to remember about me.”
Lirik on Twitter: “” Don’t be sorry . Be better .” – Kratos”
Once a respected Spartan warrior, he became the “Ghost of Sparta” after accidentally killing his family due to Ares’ trickery. He later avenges the deaths of his family and becomes the God of War after killing Ares. Kratos is eventually revealed to be a demigod and the son of Zeus, who later betrays him.