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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

White Horse

The way you learn about someone isn't necessarily from them, but from the people they themselves are close to. Sometimes, it can be biased or distorted to suit the person telling the story. But if you trust that person with all you have, why would you not trust a simple thing that comes from their mouth?

And for the first time, that amazing person who lives inside that lockd up castle lets you in. No more conversations from outside the gate. You're actually in. How can you not trust them then?

And he would never know.

It's unsafe to hold someone that small step higher than everyone else, in that tiny bit more light. No one is ever perfect, and you can't expect them to be perfect. It is impossible to be perfect, because our small emotions, actions and movements create tiny imperfections. While only small, they are still there, leaving us imperfect. So to hold someone in that stronger light, as though they are almost 100% perfect, is wrong. Yet we find ourselves doing it often. It seems that that one person can do no wrong. In our eyes, they ARE perfect. Be realistic. Because when they show their imperfections, even just lightly, it hurts all the more.

Stories. Stories. Stories.
Tell me what's going on.
Tell me what's happening.
What's going on in your mind?
What happened in your past?

Sometimes you hear a story about someone, and you think "No way, they could never do something like that. They would never be like that. They're not that kind of person" But the story comes from a trustworthy mouth. Someone who never speaks bad of people, even when they do wrong. But you don't want to believe it. Why would you want to believe it? It's wrong.
But once you are aware, your subconcious studies. Without even meaning to, you pick up the truth of the things you didn't want to believe.

It's true.

Watching. Observing. Far better than listening and keeping a blind eye. You learn so much from a person if you don't have a serious oppinion of them. If you leave your mind open to wrongs, rights and inbetweens. Just watch. Just observe. You learn so much more.

I've never understood people who take people around them for granted. It's frustrating to see someone put their all in to help someone else, and that someone else just doesn't care how much effort that person put in for them. How much effort that person ALWAYS puts in for them. So much.

I tried. I really tried.

You open your eyes, and you see the truth. You open your mind and you have room for the truth. You close off your heart, locking the hurt inside.

What more is there to do?

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Hey, keep your hands off that girl, you've already had enough

Have not blogged in a while, so here we go.. Also kept with the song name theme still..

Why do people think that things that are not acceptable in society are acceptable online?
I've not been on a chat site for a fair while. They really do not interest me. However, I randomly decided to jump on Habbo Hotel and see if I could gather a few ranom youtube subscribers or something, and I was hit with it all.
"Hey sexy, wanna have some kinky time in my room?" by some random person who had never seen me before in their life, and who had no idea who I was. Now, I'm sorry if I've missed something along the way... But I am sure that's not acceptable in society. So why should people think it is alright to do online?
I know online it's not physical, and it's not face to face, but that doesn't make it any better. That does not give someone the right to abuse another person, or make them feel uncofortable, or even rape them [yes, I have seen it happen]. It's wrong in real life. It's wrong on the internet. So why do people seem to think they can do it?
Methinks there needs to be internet police to stop this stuff.

Anywho, that's my 2 cents worth...