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The importance of a picture

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posted on Mar, 24 2017 @ 09:37 PM

originally posted by: Profusion

originally posted by: BigBrotherDarkness
Well, I'm going to put my foot down in tough love... hell no a picture is not important; what is in someone heart is their mind is not who they are, the mind is anchorless until you give it one, otherwise it just drifts around aimlessly.

She's the kind of person who can light up a room all by herself. That picture reminded me of that. It really captured that aspect of her well. It's a quality that is very rare in my experience. I couldn't disagree with you more about a picture not being important.

I saw the video below a while ago. It's essentially an exact image of the woman I mentioned in the original post except she's Asian. You might say that the woman in this video is very young, and the woman I mentioned is a lot older. The woman I discussed happens to be the type who never ages...vampire?
I wondered about wild possibilities...really.

The thing that struck me about this is the fact that the woman I discussed in the original post was like this practically all the time I was around her. I was around her in major pressure situations, in crisis situations, in heavily emotional moments, and she was essentially always like this. I can only think of one time when I saw her cry and one time she when she was miffed about something I did when she wasn't like this. We're talking about four years of working together.

It's one thing to act cool like this in a video. It's another thing to be like this all the time. Now I know why I'm attracted to her and I always was...she's transcendent.
edit on 24-3-2017 by Profusion because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 29 2017 @ 04:38 AM
I was contacted personally via a social network by someone very high up in one of the organizations involved with my past job. The woman I mentioned in the original post knows this man, and I met him once. I was in contact with him a little via email.

Here's the shocking thing...

I don't have an account with that social network!

Someone apparently created an account for me in order for this top executive-level person to contact me out of the blue.

This has that woman's fingerprints all over it. I haven't been in contact with that man in about six years.

This is a little frightening because there were conspiracies and betrayals going on all over the place. No one was innocent.

I believe my email account was hacked in order to delete one email from guess who...

The man who contacted me.

That guy could also set up my entire life if he wants to.

This is a him or not?

That woman still hasn't replied to my instant message, but this could be her reply.
edit on 29-3-2017 by Profusion because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 29 2017 @ 05:57 AM
This is her reply...I have to contact that man. I'm 99.999999% sure that this is her. There isn't any other reasonable explanation.

My attitude toward him and his organization was not the best...I was not happy with them.

I thought I burned that bridge, but they're apparently willing to forgive me.

Who wants to discuss the importance of a picture?

I think she's doing what she has to do to save our friendship.

It seems it's meant a lot more than I knew to her all along.
edit on 29-3-2017 by Profusion because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 29 2017 @ 06:30 AM
How does one unburn a bridge?

I have to put the past behind me, and I need to focus on the positives. I liked a lot of the things that organization did, and I would like to work with them again in a different context than when I left.

That's the truth, so it will be easy to express. A glowing letter about the positive aspects of what they do along with what I offer them...

Then I'll get the friendship I want and possibly more...

This is probably a huge "# test"...I know how she thinks.

posted on Mar, 29 2017 @ 10:04 AM
I'm trying to imagine how this happened...

First, there could be up to five separate organizations affecting this situation in various ways. When I use the word "affecting", I'm talking about weird rules and procedures. For instance, this woman told me that she had to get explicit permission each time she contacted the man's organization. That rule didn't apply to me (during the period she was my "boss"). I had more leeway on that than my "boss."

Second, the woman's organization and the man's organization don't work well together. Emails frequently go unanswered, or replies can take months. Having a cross-organizational conspiracy for little old me (especially this fast) is pretty much unthinkable.

All of that makes me think this is a personal favor. This woman is a big-time liar, so she could have asked that man...

"We're considering hiring [me], do you remember him? Will you add him on [social network], and see how he responds?"

That's probably how it went down. Of course, they're probably not considering hiring me. This is probably just a way for that woman to find out my intentions in contacting her. It's probably also a "# test."

Still, none of that explains how 'my account' on that social network was created. I'm completely creeped out by that.

With these organizations and these people, the possibilities are kind of endless.

I'll just write the letter that I mentioned earlier, and I'll let the chips fall where they may.

I'm giving it a 90% chance that if that man has a positive reaction to me, I'll be hearing back from that woman.

edit on 29-3-2017 by Profusion because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 29 2017 @ 11:46 PM

originally posted by: Profusion
Still, none of that explains how 'my account' on that social network was created. I'm completely creeped out by that.

I was wrong about that. The email that I got from that man was an invitation to join his social group and join the social website all in one. Why would he do that when we have emailed before? This stuff is all so reminds me of working there again.

Yeah, so...this guy isn't just a top-level executive, he's the CEO. I didn't realize that (he must have been promoted since I met him). The letter that I write him will determine any chance I have of ever again being affiliated with the woman's organization or the man's organization as they're so closely related (believe it or not). Not to mention it probably will determine if I have any chance of ever having a friendship with that woman.

No pressure there.

I know basically what I'm going to write. It will sound good, and it won't hurt my reputation. That's the best I can do at this point.
edit on 30-3-2017 by Profusion because: (no reason given)

posted on Apr, 2 2017 @ 02:34 AM
Now I have to write this letter. I've been so busy this week that I may have forgotten about writing the letter if it weren't for...

That picture of that woman in my friend's list...

What's the importance of a picture?

The picture is going to force me to write this letter. Seeing that picture in my friend's list makes me remember that woman every time I see it. It reminds me of how she almost certainly set this situation up, and I must pass this test to have a chance to be friends with her.

I wouldn't be surprised if the CEO is happy with what I write he'll help me in a significant way. There are many possibilities...
edit on 2-4-2017 by Profusion because: (no reason given)

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