So, we’re always told to be ourselves but it’s crazy that most of us are so afraid of being just that. Here goes. I just wanted to kind of feel bad for writing the article I just wrote for examiner because it is so biased. But I feel like Man, forget it. Somebody’s gotta say something. Are we really just gonna keep walking around and nobody’s gonna say nothing? For real. I need to be honest and just tell the truth. Something that I wish someone would’ve told me. I would’ve been a little bit more informed. It wouldn’t have took me this long to get it. And I could’ve made better choices. Do you know what I mean?
I think we cheer for them both. When you think of the brother whose behavior has led him to grow without visible failure. Whose careful consideration of every decision, where the outcome of negativity in life did not touch him the same, but yet he is still equal to the one who’s skin was singed walking through hell because of the very decisions he chose to allow. I think as both begin to ascend to higher heights that they both are to be commended and celebrated; one for being consistent with his emotions, his choices, and his outcomes. The other for seeing his feet veer way off from the path and telling himself that he must go back, and ultimately finds his way. I think none is to be commended more than the other because life is tough on us all and just because you live a life of more purity than another doesn’t mean that you didn’t have to walk through fire to do it. Different battles, different wars. Still a fight.