It’s being Captured
A very interesting scenario.
I’m learning that writers have a unique way of expressing themselves so please please, Don’t consider it actual but rather fictional.
It captures somewhat of the slightest aspects into a more general sense.
Some insightful situations are difficult to capture, and this one has finally gotten captured into words.
If you must know, this could easily be me.
Just a bit exaggerated.
My conversation with her this morning.
“He’s finally agreed to get help!” She said after yelling at the dog for having fleas while smoking her crack pipe.
Ever make up a partly true scenario to explain a difficult situation?
It’s a scenario I had observed for awhile, just hadn’t been able to put into words until now.
Love her of course.
And why not?
She’s not unlovable
Shes just surviving.
Once a survivor, always a survivor.
The survivor mentality is such that everyone around them has problems except them.
A survivor can’t face their issues because they are too busy surviving.
Who’s the recipient you might ask.
He doesn’t criticize other people because its easier for him to find his own faults.
It’s even more preferable to find his own flaws.
He has a heart to think more of others than himself.
But to the point of not always finding his own value or his worth.
Is this admirable?
It can be.
It seems like it anyway.
I personally think it is quite admirable.
It has the quality of selflessness rather than selfishness.
Don’t stop seeing your own value dear heart.
This one finds it Easier to find value in another than in oneself.
You have much value.
Do you see it yet?
(Many many many years ago….
I actually heard these insightful words spoken by an acquaintance at a church we attended in Sacramento.
“Do you think she will ever die of a heart attack?
But everybody around her will!”)