Saturday, September 21, 2013


Posted on Sat, Sep 21, 2013 at 8:24 AM

Here is something to ponder to all those who jeer and complain. Are we
really that unfortunate as a society to instead of saying something to that
person directly about one's actions, we decide to sit here and hide behind
a keyboard, or pen and paper as a resolution? Did we not come from other
countries who were enslaving us from our freedom where we were silenced by
the actions we made, and as a choice, we the people, set aside our own
animosities we had against each other, and worked together to try and be
equal? Can we not learn to grow and move past one's trespasses, and if it
still bothers us confront them directly, instead of taking the cowardly way
out? Can we not learn to pick and choose our own battles wisely, and
maturely? I'll admit, I am not perfect, nor do I pretend to be, but to hold
onto these grudges seems wasteful, and hurtful to the one's who are
actually writing them.


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