• Oh no you di’int!

    by  • March 20, 2010 • To You • 3 Comments

    I want to turn my anger into understanding but my insides are fighting it. I want there to be a rumble first so we can bloody each other up and truly get our points across.

    A series of misunderstandings is truly that – a “miss” understanding. You missed the understanding of what I was saying and misdirected it so that you understand something different from what is reality.

    Once the error is acknowledged it is at that point you should snap your head back on, shake it about so that internally your brain is reset to the time just prior to the misunderstanding and continue with life.

    Instead, you hang on to this misunderstanding as as “actual” understanding…which is completely erroneous. It’s as if you believe that even though you have “allowed” this misunderstanding to be clarified, once put out there into consciousness it is fact.

    It is not real. It is not fact. It is YOU hearing something that does not exist, has NEVER existed and CHOOSING to believe it.

    Please give reality a chance. By doing that you will also be giving US a chance. You can believe it when you hear good things. They DO exist. They are right in front of you.

    You can believe the truth or get ready for battle.


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    3 Responses to Oh no you di’int!

    1. S.
      March 15, 2011 at 10:48 am

      Um sounds like someone I know, he tends to do that quite a bit. Grant him, I am terrible at expressing myself appropriately but even after we clarify the truth…somehow it always feels as if he holds on to the initial grouch/misunderstanding as if I were just back paddling (which I really don’t). I just suck with words, things would be so much easier face to face because I’m an open book – for him.
      Ahh anyway, hope all worked out for the two of you. Best wishes.


    2. malysa
      March 15, 2011 at 1:24 pm

      *It is not real. It is not fact. It is YOU hearing something that does not exist, has NEVER existed and CHOOSING to believe it.*

      ~maybe they are just scared to do that on their own, reality is hard to face because in reality they have no one to trust,
      not even them self.~


    3. S.
      March 15, 2011 at 3:40 pm

      to malysa: Yes, I’m sure trust and bad experiences have a lot to do with it. It’s sad to see though that *good* reality has a tough time breaking through. Sometimes we just have to leave the past behind and take that leap of faith. I hope whoever needs it, will eventually realize this and be happy.



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