Blind fury

blind-to-reality

The comment in the image made me really think a while back and I came to the following conclusions.

Just because you think, feel, say or write something doesn’t make it the truth.

I can forgive someone for being so blind and torn up with hatred, but that’s also why I would probably chose to let them go if the situation didn’t improve with time.

Communication has to be a two-way street, when one party closes down completely you know your really in trouble. You have to listen sometimes and want to hear even if it hurts.

Some things are worth fighting for, but a lost cause is not a realistic battle to take on, unless there is a real chance of changing the tide.

As a person I tend to hold on for too long and that’s maybe why I get so hurt. It doesn’t make me a bad person or wrong, just an optimist or maybe dreamer.

Some may see this a weakness,  but I for one see it as a virtue and strength. I never give up until the battle is truly lost.

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One thought on “Blind fury

  1. Your way IS a virtue and IS a strength. And if it makes you a dreamer, well:
    “You may say I’m a dreamer / But I’m not the only one” ~ ~ John Lennon

    Sara never gave up on me, never believed I’d be swallowed by my past. She wants to continue this, so:

    There were many times when he’d give in to his rages and I’d cry. But I could see, see what was coming. I’m so glad I stayed. I’ll be honest, there were a few times when I wanted out, but I couldn’t. May all that is good go with you. Sara Jane

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