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The More Things Change…

Painful Reminders

While I’m not really in a particularly regular mood, I thought I would update my blog with something that’s been circling around in my head for a while now.

I’ve been pained to observe a number of situations that involve people experiencing things in their lives that should be causing them to reflect on themselves, perhaps improving things in their own development cycles.

Sadly, this doesn’t seem to be the case for a lot of them. In most cases they go back to being the way they were in the first place. In others, they seem to become worse.

I’m not perfect. Nor do I have the right to judge. All I have is my opinion. I suppose that it most likely means nothing to most people.

I want to end on a positive note though.

I applaud those who have taken adversity and beaten it senseless. These people I look up to and I wish them all the best. They carve out happy niches for themselves and create positivity, which the world needs more of.

One Response

  1. I am with you on the oppressors of down. I am an acceptor of down. Maybe I can work my way up

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