In as much as I roasted Adam in my previous post I would like to redeem him with this part 2.
Essentially, we have no idea what are the surrounding circumstances that prompts him to react that way. Maybe a big personal problem or something that involves his family? Though no one is entitled to act shitty towards another despite that he’s having a bad day, at least we can pity that someone instead of harbouring towards him the same animosity he has for you, the world and even upon himself.
The thing is, he might have a problem that he needs help with. I am still not at all happy which what he’s showing us but instead of detesting him, which is also in a way a form of dumping shit on my self, I can at least pity him.
Who doesn’t have a bad day anyway?
Also, the bosses may know better than us. Like what my wife often tell me, bosses can see things beyond what his subordinates can see. Because we also wonder what the management is doing to resolve the issue because in a way he’s hurting the money bag. Perhaps they already knew his problems and Adam’s outbursts though not pleasant may come to them as necessary so that he can vent it out and hopefully get better after. Nothing’s permanent anyway, not a kick-ass day, and the same with a shitty day.
Does that sound like double standard? Might be so. Maybe that’s part of being human especially with working relations. If everything, everyone including God is too rigid we may no longer be here anyway.