posted on Nov, 20 2012 @ 01:13 AM
reply to post by watchitburn
Hey, I'm not passing judgement on you or anything. I'm just sayin'...you know...instead of "could have disposed of body" and "could have stabbed in
Why not try a different approach? First of all, stop surrounding yourself with the lowest of the low--get away from the scum of the human species.
Alright, and then when it comes down to it..why not just be the first to forgive, forget, walk away, and do something productive for yourself or for
someone else? I think you will find it extremely liberating. It takes more courage to walk away and to forgive than to fight back.
I think it's time to bring your walls down. I know trusting people isn't easy. And I myself keep people at arm's length from me. But the thing
is...it's a choice.
If you start giving a little back, you will attract those that will give in return too. Don't look at things so black and white. I refuse to believe
you're that plain and simple. I'm not saying you have to be a bleeding heart for every simpleton you come across--but it is good to be able to draw
great strengths from unconditional compassion. It is a strength many of us aren't aware of--and believe me, it pays back.
Calmness isn't always enough. Calmness is just a base, a foundation on which to build. So, what do you want to build? Let's build something better
than the BS we live in day in and day out.
You'll probably not care what I have to say--but, I hope you find something in yourself that makes you feel like forgiving the jerks in society, and
an openness to helping those in true need. Also, that means having a willingness to let others help you as well. It's a gift, enjoy it for what it's
worth--good or bad.
Instead of exploding, sometimes we just have to laugh at the ridiculous situations life puts us through.
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NarcolepticBuddha because: (no reason given)