Whenever Im alone or doing something or scrolling through Twitter, I have so many ideas about what to write about. When I get time and internet and a free day like this, nothing comes to mind. I start downloading giraffe pics for Fab who I have an immense crush on, or think about doing a video for Keri Bwo.Or.. this is more common, I scroll through people’s facebook and Instagram pics and I wonder how they have their life in order while I glory in the uneven edges of mine.
Lately though I have started thinking seriously about the future and my career and the mistakes I’ve made. I’ve hurt unnecessarily. Lied. torn myself from friendships because my ego is a lifesize Aunt Marge (Harry Potter Analogy) and broken up with men who I could have had a future with. I have.
I dont regret any of that though, this is what being a human being entails. I am simply being the human that William Golding saw. That he tried to tell us in 1954.This post is not about me though.
Im just trying to make you understand that if slack were a cloth, give it whole. People have made mistakes, some humongous, others tiny. Mistakes are fissures in a rock.. No matter how tiny, they are always going to come back and bite, they will make the rock erode.
But an eroded rock does not end there does it? The rift valley was formed from broken rock,with faults. No? So cut some slack,forgive.
I have seen people who wallow and go days without speaking to someone who has done them wrong. Im not even saying this is bad, however to have a truly noble character, you must forgive when there is no chance of repentance, when the person has not asked, because in there lies your true character.
I had no idea my post was going to turn into a sermon and I will stop there before I become dull and boring. Goodnight