Like it or not, we are surrounded by traitors. They do not carry a flag or an ID badge or are in some kind of special uniform, where you could tell them for what they are and wherever they might happen to be hiding. Since times immemorial, they have been known to be the masters of disguise and even the people, who profess to be cleverer than their compatriots and boast to be in the know and cry hoarse to be vigilant at all times, are often caught like sitting ducks, in the cleverly cast nets by the traitors - nets which are undetectable by the naked eye. The old saying, 'Beware of the strangers,' will not be of much help to the preys here; the traitors are hidden amongst your very own near and dear ones and even amongst the most revered religious, political and social leaders, whom you could have been worshipping as gods all your lives; innocently believing that they are what they are crying hoarse to be. Many have tried but few have succeeded in avoiding being caught in the elaborate and invisible nets cast by the traitors of this world. Huxley said: “Eternal vigilance is not only the price of liberty; eternal vigilance is the price of human decency.” http://www.thisdayinquotes.com. My personal favorite is by the novelist Aldous Huxley. In an introduction to the 1965 radio version of his novel, Brave New World, Huxley said: “Eternal vigilance is not only the price of liberty; eternal vigilance is the price of human decency.” http://www.thisdayinquotes.com. Most of the people, after they had been betrayed by the very traitors in whom they had bestowed full trust fully change after becoming preys to those traitors and are dying to beat the traitors at their own game and are dying to inflict the most unbearable pain and suffering on them than they could have ever imagined receiving from anybody, let alone from their preys, whom they had believed to be weak and defenceless and they had sucked them bone dry and threw away the empty shell. Once somebody had been betrayed viciously, the whole world becomes the target of their hatred and anger. But there are individuals who come out even stronger at the end of the tunnel and even more determined than ever before and stand firm on their principles. They refuse to let the traitors steal their soul, their honesty and indeed their humanity and their core values that they had always defended with their lives. When Maya, David May's, youngest daughter teases him, 'Dad, you have been too simple, straightforward and trusting person all your life and let the traitors prey on you so easily.' David May said proudly and with renewed convictions, 'Traitors might steal my money but they can never steal my soul. If I become mean, crook and predator like them, I let them win but I will never allow the traitors to win.'