"Pride always comes before a fall"

“Pride always comes before a fall” This assertion comes from The Old Testament.
Pride is in my opinion dangerous independently who or what it concerns and in which form. There are so many examples from our lives which confirm meaning of this sentence. If we for example boast our credits, things, beauty, money, we lose people’s trust and respect. In many cases we lose friends, then stay alone which means our defeat.
There’s one example from book which occur to me now. It’s ‘Conrad’s Big Improvisation’ from Dziady part III. From that little fragment we find out that human always aspired and will aspire to stand out and to authority. That was also in chance of Conrad. He fought and argued with God, wanted control of people’s souls. Good side was that he wanted to made nation happy, though he treated people like things, and despised them. It was his own disaster. God stayed without any answer and he went too far and lost everything.
Furthermore, I think (and many of people can agree with that) pride is cause by high achievements in life. Boastful people never say “thank you” and never say “sorry”, it’s unnatural for them to admit to mistakes.
I know also a song about pride. I don’t listen this kind of music but the text is pretty good. It’s “Comes before a fall” 52 Dębiec. This is a notice to guard from pride. We are blinded by our own fascination, we becoming cruel on a way to success. Finally we forgo our friends, they’re gone someday, we stand alone and in the end we collapse.
In conclusion, pride is a bad feeling. People want to be better than others and until we won’t become proud too much everything, stay in harmony(/will be fine)

“Vanity and pride are

“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves; vanity, to what we would have others think of us.” Jane Austen

Let's not make pride all evil.