Confessions of a Sentimentalist

jotting the history; living the moment; dreaming the future

>Coming back to yourself

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>When you complain of people shouting at you frequently, do you think about whether you reciprocate and do it as often as they do?

And when people shout, is it because they are just furious, or is it because they are just trying their best to get their message through you, who doesn’t seem to appreciate and understand the meaning behind those words? Or worse off, who don’t even listen?

I remembered vividly watching GLEE and they mentioned how Sue Sylvester shouts and was mean to practically everyone except her sister, and the reason is just because her sister was the only one who never shouts in the first place.

Whatever you do, or whatever people around you do to you, sometimes it all just comes back down to how you present yourself in front of these people.

And sometimes, you’ll realise you only have yourself to blame.

But as often as I always do when something bad happens, wallowing in self-pity alone, I believe, won’t solve the problem. Neither does running away from it will. And instead of just thinking how pathetic you are, why don’t you think of the underlying reason behind why things happen? They have a reaosn for happening, you know. And sometimes, you’ll find that the main problem is YOU, so CHANGE FOR THE BETTER, FOR GOD’S SAKE!

Easier to say than done, I understand. But trying to live up to what I say will help me become a better person. And I’m still learning from experiences. So I’m thankful.

It’s shocking to know how much I have to say just because of one sentence that was carelessly uttered to me recently. And how much emotions it actually get me to write this post. HMMS.

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Written by GekTeng

October 26, 2010 at 8:55 PM

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