i'm not mad. i'm a writer.

Everyone has something to say these days. Funny thing is, most of the people doing the most negative talk about others are doing much of nothing themselves. If you look at their sad little lives and the lack of fruit they bear, not much can be said of them. In my observation, the people who run their mouths the most criticizing and putting down those of us going places are people who have nothing much to show for themselves. Just straight up critical haters!!!

Even this week, critical people everywhere are ripping Tyler Perry to shreds for a movie he released. Listen how that sounds. They’re making fun of him for a movie he released. I wonder how many of them ever released a movie?! Ha. While I’m no Tyler Perry fanatic, I don’t hate on him or anyone for that matter. I give props to people doing what they do, especially at any level where they find themselves under the public scrutiny of haters.

When you think about Tyler Perry’s new movie, everyone has something to say. And now they’re not only talking bad about the new movie he’s released, but all of his work has been under attack. Meanwhile, he’s still rich and successful. Which leads me to my main point: NOT ONE HATER CAN TAKE AWAY WHAT YOU WORKED FOR WITH THEIR NEGATIVITY AND HATE. Let’s be real, most of these vocal haters have less than $500 in their bank account. No wonder they’re mad!

This also made me think about how many people have spoken negatively about me and the productions, blogs, messages and stage-plays I’ve released and it didn’t take anything away from me. It actually reveals how unfulfilled they are. Happy people don’t run around tearing down people who are taking off in life. This also made me think that most of these haters have never done anything close to what I’ve been able to do, so maybe their nonsense is a way to make them feel better about how unproductive they are.

Don’t let haters discourage you from putting out what you’re inspired to share. Don’t become fearful in the name of “perfectionism!” Keep producing greatness until everyone sees your gift. Some of you have slowed down or stopped or you rarely put out anything you’ve created because of fear of the toxic critics out there. Forget them. The ones who have the audacity to “joke” about your work have never had an ounce of the courage you have to do anything. They don’t have “it”. They’re not even on your level. These big mouth Monday morning quarterbacks are professional at nothing except spewing out superficial judgements and blabbing their mouths about things they have no real expertise about. They can’t do anything on the level of what they put you down for doing. They are literally speaking above their pay grade and have no right to say anything negative about you or anyone who’s sitting in a seat they have never sat in. Shame on these clowns who speak without credentials or experience.

My advice is simple to my real life coachable friends; pay no attention to the white noise. The rhetoric is nothing more than noise from people who have nothing of any substance and who have no impact on those of us who are going places. Let them talk, but refuse to waste time listening. When I hear these idiots talk about people doing things at a higher level than they ever will, I remove myself from their space. I want nothing to do with people who criticize and evaluate people and can’t do anything themselves. Ha! I realize it’s pointless and unnecessary to even try to get them to see how ridiculous they are. I don’t even wanna tell them how they are not qualified to say a word about people who are better than them. There’s a scripture in the Bible that says whatsoever things are lovely,..think on these things. So, with that being said, no matter how bad you think the work of someone else is, if you were actually someone of integrity and class and really going places you would find some kind of way to speak well of others. If you can’t do that, please know that you sound like a dumb hater. That’s not even the conversation of someone who’s going places. The loudest boos always come from the cheapest seats. The people who invest the least into others are usually the ones who’ve made the most insignificant investment. They don’t matter. PLEASE, Keep going and never let the critics stop you.

Copyright © Sherry Grant 2020

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6 thoughts on “The loudest boos come from the cheapest seats

  1. Muriel Johnson says:

    Very Good. Why can’t we find one thing about what a personis doing and celebrate them. What is wrong with the Women and Men. Think on 1 thing. If you are doing keep doing. Love your bogs Pastor Sherry. Sharing

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  2. Excellent post. Thanks for the great advice to keep going. Blessings to you. Have a great day, Sherry.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks Suzette!!!! Blessings to you!

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  3. Drew Grant says:

    So true! People are being mean talking about the guy who won the Dunk Contest saying he didn’t deserve to win and 90% of them can’t even touch the rim! The hating has got to stop. But even if it doesn’t, the people getting hated on won’t stop! That guy just got an endorsement from Puma. Meanwhile short people everywhere are looking up hating.

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    1. Exactly Drew! Haters are frustrated fans! In that case, I have learned to let my haters be my motivators. 🤣🤣🤣


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