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isnt just funny that when you are goofing up in life no one will tell you straight up to your face but the moment you decide to chuck it and do the right thing is when you get the handshakes and the claps on the shoulder about how its all the best you know. huh? Isnt that a bit two-faced? Once or twice i have done it so i see the misplaced need to lie and protect but then what often wins out is the need to be true to myself and to sleep well at night. So i feel a bit cheated here but hey we live,we learn…….
I read an article about disenfrachised grief- its that time when you lose something and then you want to grieve about it but no one understands- not making for that job you really want coz of your nationality, losing the ex you never got over over and then having to mourn for your fiancee or fiance and no one quite gets your grief? Disenfranchised grief sho sucks balls wouldn t you say?
On a lighter note, my friend passed her sec 6 of CPA and Im so happy for her right now wish I could dash home and hug, Just this once you know. Good one dear. The essay is off this wall for sure. urrrrrrrrrrrrrrgh 🙂
I just read Psalm 7 about God the Judge.