reply to post by Kitrunners67
i wrote those words knowing well someone would fail to understand them and give me a moral speech.
still i chose to write them and i stand by them.
why can't i say i'm happy for the little girl?
what difference does it make to say i'm sad?
is it going to bring her back?
and what do you know about me or anyone else but yourself to speculate about my personal hardships or lack of them?
i'm not cold or cruel, i choose to be happy for the little girl because it's a positive feeling, why am i gonna add a negative feeling like sadness to
an already negative situation?
also i'm not shy, nor do i hold any fear or taboo about death or dying, last time i checked nobody/nothing escapes it eventually. and it's not my
place to say anything negative about how and when i or others go away from this existence.
i'm here to live and celebrate life and celebrate death as death is just a part of life too, sadly this girl is no longer among us, but i repeat I AM
HAPPY FOR JESSICA RIDGEWAY.
any other feeling about it is an useless emotion.
welcome to ats, but please next time debate about the message and not about the messenger.
eta: there's over 7billions of us and growing, people are dying at every moment for natural or unnatural reasons, i'm not a hypocrite, if i'm gonna be
sad about ONE death i have to be sad for ALL deaths... is that the life i want to live? nope
so if i feel happy for the people who died, not feel happy because they died and that's where you totally twisted the meaning of my words, i feel i'm
living a much more positive life.
it´s my life, worry about yours.
and don't ever call me into question for not following the status quo who says we have to feel awkward about death dying, better yet let's not even
adress it at all.
when i die, for whatever reason, i don't want people feeling sad, why would i want those who care about me sad?
or anyone else for that matter...
edit on 13-10-2012 by UziLiberman because: (no reason given)