She is real rude She is humorous humiliating She is unique fake She is loved spoilt She is a self loving self- centered person She smokes, drinks and parties like you and others is a slut and a brat She is hard working lucky She does not justify when we confront her, because she knows […] […]
It is 3:00pm, 29th November 2018. I thought I would share this blog post with you guys because I have come to realise that perhaps it is not my writing ability that sets me “apart” or anything here. I share random stuff, sporadically within this area and I think I know why.
It is the SCRIBBLERS arena. I don’t so much write stories, nor poetry, nor do construct visual representations of ephemeral imaginations that resemble any aesthetic beauty. But I sure do know how to scribble! And scratch! And stab! Because I am a scribe. Sort of. Some what. I think. HAHA anyway…
I only write of my own words, of my day to day life. I am emotional and in the present and don’t know any futures but I know how to make predictions based on thorough logical projections.
I know growing up I had a really bad reputation and I know most of it was quite deserved. I ended up in a lot of bad situations that, however, only appeared “bad” more than actually being bad in themselves.. It was usually a matter of perspective and context and circumstance, yet people often think they know as much as they need to know upon first glance and rarely afford the chance to allow one to explain the situation. Especially when it happens more than once, or even twice.
How many times must a coincidence occur before it transforms into conspiracy?
How many times have you wanted to believe something was true, only to be presented with so many reasons to doubt?
How many times have you been completely certain of something, 100% without the shadow of a doubt KNOW something to be right and another thing wrong, only to be shown otherwise? Maybe you could both be right, both be wrong, or some coalescent mixture between?
Ask questions. Listen to the answers. Trust yourself to know the truth. Because when you trust yourself and your own judgement, you’ll become much better at figuring out who else you can trust, too.