I'm so in love with this article written by Dr. George Simon and wouldn't mind sharing this piece with you as it is a very useful and effective tool for our lives.
I am a Khmer woman who will never support any actions of the so-called opportunists. I have met many of them in my life. I have closely watched, observed them, and studied their patterns - each and everyone of them turned out to be just the same [so predictable!] They all crave for fame, power, wealth... They are never afraid to use Buddhism to feed their cravings when possible, even if they hate Buddhism, Buddha, true Buddhist monks and Buddhists to death. I am a Buddhist - live and die for my religion. It is my duty to protect Buddhism, Heroic Buddhist Monks and the true followers of the Buddha.
Go fish somewhere else where Jendhamuni is out of sight and leave Buddhism a lone! Stop using the king of Khmer literature and the Heroic Buddhist monk, His Holiness Jotannano Chuon Nath [Supreme Patriarch of Cambodia Buddhism] to feed your unlimited desire and cravings! You may be able to fool every single person in the entire universe, but never, for one second, assume you could fool Jendhamuni. NEVER! A person like her, who does not owe anyone a dime or a penny, expects nothing, but a genuine smile from the world, is never afraid to speak up. It's better to live just one day as a kind and caring person than one hundred years as a blood sucker.~Jendhamuni
The Opportunistic Thinking of Disturbed CharactersWritten by Dr. George Simon, PhD
Individuals with deficient characters also tend to focus on opportunities for self-advancement or personal gain without also thinking about how seizing the chance to get something they want might impact others. This is the nature of opportunistic thinking.
The disordered character spends little time thinking about the rightness or wrongness of something when they spot an opportunity for personal gain or profit. Their main concern is how they can exploit a situation, the weakness or gullibility of another person person, or the timeliness of a situation. Now, taking advantage of ripe opportunities is neither bad nor unhealthy in and of itself. But disturbed characters carry opportunism to the extreme by exploiting others and situations to the detriment of all involved except themselves. So, when a situation presents itself, no matter the potential cost — if they see a chance for personal gain, disordered characters will try to capitalize on the opportunity.