Based on Bhagavad Gita Chapter 07, Text 08
Our media periodically presents us with celebrities who are self-obsessed egotists.Three words sum their life-trajectory: rumble, grumble, tumble.
Rumble: These people are so self-obsessed that they don’t find any subject except themselves worth talking about. As soon as they get a chance, they start rumbling about all the Mount Everests they have scaled. It hardly matters to them that most of the people around them can’t see any mount nearby, leave alone the Everest.
Grumble: When life doesn’t make way for their dreams, they start grumbling as if the combined weights of multiple Mount Everest were crushing them. As reality grinds into their dreams and leaves little room for self-praise, their self-obsession vents itself in self-pity.