I have had a couple of friends pass away recently. Two in particular were very dear to my heart, and I’ve been thinking about life and the importance of life’s simple things. Like the ability to tell the truth and not be judged by the people around us.
I know this is really personal for you, and I can imagine it seems that way to people who have been close to you. But it is also important to remember that we’re all different. We all have different reasons for living. And our reasons for living do not mean we have to be the same way. Take that, Facebook.
Facebook has created a culture of lying. They have no reason to be a friend of the truth. Not to mention that many of their friends have no idea that there is another side to this story. For years, Facebook have been a place where people can connect with their friends. They have created a culture where the people they know are the ones who lie to them.
The main reason Facebook is so bad is because they are all lying. They are people who get really, really wrong. That’s because they are lying to themselves, on the basis that they are. For example, when a member of the team called up to ask the captain if he could take a trip, a friend said, “I’m going, but I’ve got to go to the beach. I’m not going to the beach. I’m going to the beach.
I always found the term “lie to yourself” a bit over the top, but this is the exact term that I use to describe a person who is telling themselves they aren’t going to go to the beach. I get the “I’m not going to the beach.” feeling from people too, especially if they have a lot of vacation time to spend.
This is true. The last time I did this, I was talking to a friend who had been planning a trip to see his family for a few years. He was telling me how much he wanted to go to a destination he had always dreamed about, but he still wasn’t sure if his parents would let him go. I know how hard it can be to leave your family.
In a lot of ways it’s hard to say goodbye. A lot of times I try to leave my friends, but I always seem to end up leaving them somewhere else. I feel that way with my parents as well. We can’t help but think about it, but we just have to take the high road and let them know we wont be taking them with us. It just seems like the right thing to do.
For many, losing a parent (or a sibling) is a very difficult experience. I know this because I’ve lost both my parents in the past eight years. I also know this because I’ve lost a lot of close friends in just the same amount of time.
When my parents were together for the past eight years, my parents were pretty sad about it. They couldn’t get over the fact that I was a part of a group of people who were really just going to make a joke about them. But my mom still can’t stop crying because my parents had such a hard time dealing with the fact that I was in the middle of my sister’s birthday party. I had to go in and do my best to make sure everything was okay.
I had a great time with my parents and was sad that my time with them was over, but then I felt really guilty that I didnt want to see them, and that I didnt want to be with them. I felt that I was letting their deaths down.