Each One, Everyone, and Every Person

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
This short story elaborates how people tend to avoid each other when a problem comes along. How people tend to misunderstand each other. How actions may look like to others.

Submitted: May 21, 2011

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People are quite abstruse. A lot of us abscond others. Some are acrimonious.

The ambiguity of our personalities confuse others more and more.

Some people are amenable. What is it really? How do WE work? What are we really supposed to do?

 

Before, I used to think people were hard to figure out. Now, all you have to do is observe carefully, then you'll know

how they are like. It's hard not to judge people. Everyone does it. Even if they completely and strongly deny it. Others see your

actions. People hear what you say. So, beware. Be extra careful. You can hurt others, but most especially, you can hurt yourself.

Take care of your reputation and not others'. Work assiduosly on yourself and not on ruining others' reputation and life.

  My arcane knowledge in life is mostly misunderstood. My perspective of it, mostly ignored.

People who come to me for advice and to vent, I often assuage them. It helps to hear what's

actually real. The truth. You should aver your opinions and statements.

  You can never augur what may happen. They can loathe you. They can admire you. 

What matters is, you told them what and how you saw them. Your opinion of them.

It matters because you told them the truth, instead of lying to their face telling them how

you think they are quite a sight to see. Truth cannot be avoided. It always shows and states itself in

the least expected moment, if you try to hide it. Stop hiding. Stop lying. It's time.


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