I don't wear victimhood on my shoulder. I don't like to act like I am my wounds and repeatedly be reminded of my wounds. What happened in my youth carved me and forged me into the person I am today for better—purely better. We trade trauma for wisdom. When we go through heavy experiences, it deepens our eyes."
You were a brother to me. But you treat me like number two. You rage to hear the truth. So I soothe you with dumb words. You pat yourself on the back, To you, I'm a second-class citizen. You've got your crown and gown-- Surrounded by "royal" drunks. Invading your castle and stuff. But I'm the "carpetbagger."
Reach out. Forgive. Kindness.
What is it about 2020 was so challenging? Well, the pandemic was a defining moment in history. It affected us globally, nationally, locally, and personally. Regardless of where you stand personally and politically of this whole madness, one thing is almost certain. It changed us all. While not many are introspective, and I feel we … Continue reading Reach out. Forgive. Kindness.
The Art of Forgiveness
It's up to each individual whether to grant us a second chance or not. And in spite of their decision, we still need to forgive ourselves and have a fresh start--to me, this is truly the art of forgiveness, wishing and allowing people to have a second chance to a fresh start.
The Most Difficult…
Do I believe relationships can be restored? Of course. However, there's little possibilities of restoring anything that has been broken if we can't rebuild trust. It becomes a delicate situation.
The Old Lady and Her Friends
"Friends come and go. One day they're loving, miss you, desire your company, and one day, well, they walk."
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