Understanding Of A Broken Heart

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How do one love another if they dnt love one self?

Submitted: September 02, 2013

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Submitted: September 02, 2013

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So where do I start? Do you know the saying, think before you act? Cause truly I'm trying to understand to why we still don't. It's just to the point to where it's sick. Not everything pose to be peaches and cream. I think the society will be more peaceful if they start to ask questions before they act. How will it affect others in the process. How it will affect yourself. Every action there's a reaction. Some people still today don't understand their actions leads to consequences. Like why not take time to think things through, it only take the certain amount to do it right than to do it wrong. Like for an example before you go mess up someone shit, cause you felt like they were cheating or whatever the fact may be. And all you have to is ask yourself is it worth the pain, and misery. Ask yourself if you want to go through those changes. Think about your health. No matter what happens your actions, will always have a reaction. If you know it's not gone work let go, it's better to be at peace than to be at war. Why do you have to act a fool cause someone else is. Why let someone take you out your character? I don't understand. And instead of asking yourself what's the next step , you act on their be half and end up some where you don't want to be. Help me understand, it takes the right amount if time to do it right and think things through. But people rather be on that drama shit, and keep things at a raging point. Losing your health over something that can be solve reasonably is not worth the fight. All I'm saying is that I think that is people would take more time to think things through life would be a little easier, and less drama. People need to own up to their actions, and know that there is always a consequence at the end of your rainbow. Always!


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