Zetas: Cowardice abounds among the Service-to-Other, who will often try to placate the demanding Service-to-Self or move to avoid them entirely, rather than confront them.
We have mentioned that those who are Service-to-Other often have lessons that they have struggled with, often for thousands and even millions of years. This does not mean they are not Service-to-Other, as no entity is perfect, and all are learning, continuously. An entity may have suffered starvation in the past, so have a tendency to hoard, even when inappropriate and actually counter to what is required of one concerned with the wellbeing of others. They may choose to blame others for the shortage, pointing fingers elsewhere, rather than admit that they themselves have a fault in this area. A common failed lesson is the lesson that courage, when facing Service-to-Self assault, is the more effective route. Cowardice abounds among the Service-to-Other, who will often try to placate the demanding Service-to-Self or move to avoid them entirely, rather than confront them. Of course, this emboldens them. The Service-to-Self must eventually learn that they can only live among each other, on prison planets, and cannot prey on others. Placating them only misleads them, giving them false hope. But courage brings its risks, as Service-to-Self rage may ensue with death or injury the result. Nevertheless, old and wise Service-to-Other have learned that an unbending confrontation is the fastest and ultimately the most effective approach, and use this almost without fail.