#1-#1,000 pieces of advice = Don’t take pity on them.
Write it out a thousand times to get it in your head.
Turn your attention to your own and you will never run out of worthy people to help. Take pity on people who don’t deserve their lot, for the people who did the right thing and tried to be good. Save charity for good people. Bad people making excuses deserve the scorn of reality hitting them upside the face like a shovel, this is the ultimate justice and divine karma. Who are we to question the wheel of fortune? Exclude them, as rabbits fear this above all else, and mock them if they seek to emotionally blackmail you (how DARE they) after treating you like dirt when in power.
I would like to share a quote.
“And now, they find their Day is over! their power gone! and the throne of this nation possessed by a Royal, English, true, and ever constant member of, and friend to, the Church of England! Now, they find that they are in danger of the Church of England’s just resentments! Now, they cry out, “Peace!” “Union!” “Forbearance!” and “Charity!”: as if the Church had not too long harboured her enemies under her wing! and nourished the viperous blood, till they hiss and fly in the face of the Mother that cherished them!
No, Gentlemen! the time of mercy is past! your Day of Grace is over! you should have practised peace, and moderation, and charity, if you expected any yourselves!” ~ Daniel Defoe