He who watches people dies

The poet, Sallam Al-Khosour, said in one of the verses that we spread:
He who watches people dies and won the brilliant pleasure
The poet intended in the meaning of the word "watch", meaning a shepherd, as this verse came in the noble verse as in the following verse: God Almighty said about the polytheists "... And if they appear to you, do not watch in you but no edema" where the word means do not watch: they do not observe There is a relationship with you, not an era
The poet in his house meant that whoever takes care of the people in his actions, he will eliminate himself and die from worry because he will not accomplish anything, so every action he wanted to do left him because people will say about this and that, so he does not dare to do anything

As for the loser’s saying: “And he won the daring pleasure”, in which he meant the intrepid person who does everything he sees fit without thinking about paying attention to people's criticisms and opinions
By this we can say that the poet meant by this that satisfying people is an aim that you do not realize and will not realize, so let each of us do anything that he deems appropriate provided that it is within the limits of God Almighty’s consent, and without turning to anyone
Likewise, this proverb strikes when referring to envy and its distress, and they are of seeing people and the grace they have, so they are angry with that until his heart becomes sick.
The poet Salim Al-Khoser formulated his house from a previous house of Bashar bin Barad in which he said
He who watched people did not win his need, and he won the good things, he missed the tone
Bashar was very impressed with his house, and when he heard the house of “Salaam,” he said: Oh, he went, and God is my home.

Why was the loser named by that name?

It was said in this reason for naming that one day he sold a Qur’an that he had inherited from his father, and bought a price for a drum or a notebook, and he did so even though he was not bad in debt.
It has also been said that he inherited boredom from his father, so he spent it and left nothing, and called him the loser.