11/22/2012

Thorns

When I was little I always thought I was alone because there was something wrong with me. It didn't make me sad, I just saw myself as different from everyone else. The older I got the more I was angry at people for excluding me, for not giving me the chance to be part of something bigger than myself.

I swore I'd never do that to anyone, and now, that's exactly what I'm doing. When Tom calls I don't answer, I don't know what to say to him. He's such a good person and I do love him, but it just doesn't work.

Does it make me a hypocrite? A bad person? Maybe so, but what can I do?



10 comments:

  1. Perhaps you can answer back ... that might make it smoother !!!

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  2. You're not a hypocrite or a bad person.Not answering your phone because your're afraid to hurt that person form the other side of the line is actually quite considerate.We've all been there and somethimes it's for the best.

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  3. you're neither.
    Sometimes, its neither A or B at fault. Sometimes, it's just the time that's wrong.
    Just wait for some time. Eventually things would be comfortable and fine.
    Take care!

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  4. Everybody turns into the people they say they will never bee. If they say they didn't they are lying or they never lived at all!

    +To Me It Matters+

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  5. I think maybe you should just be honest with him.

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  6. Sometimes we're just alone because no one understands. Maybe he doesn't understand either.

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  7. Hi do not feel sad dear it happens sometime. Try to change your mood have fun. Have a walk with the nature.
    Take care.

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  8. Thank you so much for your comment! And of course you are not bad person, you just care for his feelings, and that`s O.K.!
    I am following you now,
    Follow back?

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  9. Thanks for the visit
    You have a lovely blog xxx
    Following you now :-)
    anna_k

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  10. The ego seeks itself in a postmodern era. Only to realize, that it is not alone. Yet not one with the others. Although the self when not cultivated, or the others not understood; that one might be so distinct as to those not relating--in bondage to each-other.

    Answer the phone.

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