No justice nor fairness in spoken sentences.
Judged for given freedom of speech.
Glared for flaunting of assets.
Envied for intelligence and beauty.
Shunned for the fixing of imaginary damages.
Manipulated with intentions.
...does the poor shallows
... would anybody like to add?
"Certainly, though, there are societal norms - behaviors that are generally accepted by all members of society to be right and normal.
When one individual's behavior deviates too far from what is considered normal by the group, there's great upheaval - the group will decide whether to ostracize, to shun, or to accept the behavior given a bit of time.
If the behavior harms no one, there is a greater chance of acceptance, but the society may take some time to observe, sometimes with wary regard. If the behavior is harmful to anyone in the society, the person is regarded with suspicion and may be avoided. If the behavior is obviously harmful, even subtly, then the behavior, and the person doing it, will be shunned and even ostracized.
In this way, we influence behavior - we encourage those behaviors that benefit society; examples: altruism, heroism, generosity, honesty." .. read more here