Wednesday. 8.24.11 11:38 am
Maybe if your husband isn't the doormat that he is then I'd be able to disappear from work anytime and for however long I want. Unfortunately, he is one, therefore I'm not working for my father's company, ergo, what you suggested was utterly ludicrous!
Over and over again I was told that I have to stop being so skeptical, condescending and pessimistic towards the human race. Guess what? Everyday, I see things that I definitely do not agree with and everyday it grows on me how ridiculous, selfish and simply idiotic. Would showing some curtesy kill you? Would being less selfish kill you? Would critically evaluate yourself and think things through before you make some grand statement cause you money? The answer is all "NO" yet people still do it.
It's not that I like to see the negative part of everyone (by the way, I was told that that won't go away), it's just that show me proof everyday that there is something good in people instead of the occasional glimpse of humanity. "I used to see the glass as half full, until someone drilled a fucking hole at the bottom of the glass", someone made this statement sometime ago and I still remember it because I can relate to how true it is.
So just because there are liberties that you can easily take; life is much easier for you; you seem to be rewarded for your every drop of sweat, it doesn't mean that it is so for everyone else. Just because some others lament about how hard life is for them, it doesn't mean that they are ungrateful or jealous of someone else's life. It may simply be that their lives are truly harder than yours and that they have to fight for every single luxury in their lives and yet success is not as easily obtained.
No one wants to be sad or angry or depressed. They just want what that is rightfully theirs even for one tiny bit, to help to get through the day. Some people just don't see that and don't realise that, in fact, they take advantage of people around them to their own benefits and then criticise others for voicing out their dissatisfaction.
Think before you speak because I won't ask you to put yourselves in others' shoes because it would've happened already if you can do that.
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