We Are Our Own Biggest Enemies

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Many of us are familiar with taking one aching apart through the use of another tendernes. It could simply be burrowing your fingernails into your palm while getting a needle in the appendage. A distraction from the original grief is something we all try to find. Though the direction we throb ourselves “the worlds largest”, is our attempts to confuse from the pain that lives in our principals, and our hearts.

We are our biggest enemies.

We torture our judgments to be informed about info we don’t truly wished to know. We question beings to tell us what has been said behind our backs. We slither ex-boyfriends and girlfriends social media in hopes to see them lamentable when in reality we find them keep moving. Then we pussyfoot the peoples of the territories they move on with. We delve penetrating into the lives of people that jeopardize us, to injure ourselves more.

Why do we do this? Why do we subject ourselves to more pain? What are we hoping to gain through used to identify people who are no longer in our lives are happier that route? We hold onto “virtual” affections over Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter and whatever sort of social media that assures our lives on a daily basis.

Delete that boy that cheated on you, unfollow that girl who started the annoying rumor about you, stop constantly checking on people who you perceive to be doing better than you. We are all moving forward, every day is a new opportunity to start over. Just because one person is somewhere you haven’t contacted more doesn’t mean you are behind.

Stop abusing your thought. Change the focus to yourself. People who aren’t in their own lives anymore, they find themselves become for a reasonablenes. New people will enter your life and bless you with new retentions, undertakings, and laugh. Make room in your principal and your nature for these beings. Because your constant infatuation with one, two, maybe three parties that aren’t even worth it, they are obstructing your view of all the brand-new possible people in your life.

Time to pack up the past into a small casket and jostle it in the attic, something to collect dirt and forget the fact.

That brand-new container of nonsense, that’s Pandora’s box.

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