As kids we develop friendships which we pledged no matter what, we will be friends to the end. We had been sincere in the very idea and thought of that bunch.
However, life starts to happen, and other things start to happen at the same time. When you are children all is wonderful, colorful, and free. We see the bluest skies and the greenest trees. Our friend is right no matter what they say or do, and we just admire how they can tell a lie and make it seem so correct. Innocence has been lost and nearly forgotten. The colors have been meshed into an unrecognizable color that we can’t readily name; therefore we find ourselves spontaneously making up a name which appears to fit.
Nooooooooo, we just mindlessly and “purposely” get-in-to-fit-in and in certain arenas this apparently is the only way to get the desired end goal of all. But this compromise puts us at of danger of becoming just another face, another number, another… just the same old “here is another one’.
Don’t get-in-to-fit-in, dare to be different, even if “different” to the current standards isn’t popular. I can be me, you can be you, we could be us, and they, can be them ; and everyone is able to accept “who each one is”, but not always “what” we all may do. That’s an individual choice, and personal conviction of whatever “that” is that we, they can perform. If you don’t like “what I do”, just ‘do not engage’, if I do not like what you do… I simply ‘don’t participate’.
My conclusion is mine alone, and I am quite confident about my end. Your end is your end, and I hope you are as certain of your own end.
Some of my childhood friends are no longer hear on this ground, some of them have gone beyond this world. None of them have come back to tell me where they are, however, for some I know, because they made it very clear while they were yet alive; in which their lifespan could be. This I am assured of and this it is possible to ponder… #if you my friends went to heaven, they don’t want to leave; and if their eternity is in hell… #they can’t leave.
I leave you with this… If your friend(s) say to you that they’ve found inner peace, unspeakable joy, and life is great, although they could be financially struggling; and you on the other hand have $$$, but you’re miserable, no inner peace, and you find yourself envying your friend(s)… DON’T! Ask them… how is it you can be broke, alone, and at peace… they might just tell you… “I have unspeakable joy”; I can not describe but it’s something which has helped me, and me it has surely sustained.