Wrong Approaches ...

@didi13 (2927)
February 29, 2012 9:53am CST
... Is the nature of things to be born natural approach - at least apparently - wrong? I think we do, people, same thing. Allow and even feed the wrong approach in the absence of want, that we feel fit our soul. Privacy door open, and sometimes we get to share our weaknesses and illusions, even knowing that the recipient opening our soul, not correct for this. Ignore signals and move on, leaving us to slip into something we do not love, but struggled feeds a need, so, like a drug, and just because we have nothing else, because the need for approval, appreciation and understanding barriers abound, even in our personal? I know we have different personal concepts about what is right and wrong, and not universally applicable standards of excellence. But the clear connections, authentic, are those that seek its own way regardless of the look at life. How much we are able to abdicate their own principles to be close to someone? How much can get away with what we are to accept the embrace of arms wrong?
2 responses
@choybel (5059)
• Philippines
1 Mar 12
We cannot always please everyone. We all have standards, and as you have said, they are not the same for all, so along with this we have boundaries and limitations. We have this because we know just how far we can go. Yet, it is wrong to be someone you are not just to seek approval. It is just pretending and it can never really last long for it is living a lie.
@MandaLee (3738)
• United States
29 Feb 12
Didi, I don't abdicate my principles to be accepted by others. If others can't accept me for who I am, that is their problem and their loss. Have a great day!