so many how's for something i could not have

@loisse21 (215)
February 23, 2007 9:02am CST
how wrong is it it for a person to stay silent? how wrong is it for someone to stand in the middle of the road? how wrong is it for us to just accept everything without asking the why's and wherefores? how wrong is it for us to stay where there is no hope? is it still right to sacrifice? sacrifice everything for something which could never be yours...even if you deserved wrong it is to want something which ought to be yours and stare on something you rightfully own? how wrong is it to succumb to ignoramus and believe their lead? how wrong is it to continually trust after a painful betrayal? how wrong is it to want what you need? how wrong is it to pretend taht everything is wrong is it to create your own trap- how wrong is it to fall?
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@jillbeth (2710)
• United States
23 Feb 07
Wow, that's a lot of questions! You don't give any details but here is my outlook on life in general: Speaking up depends upon how strongly we feel about something. Better to speak up and be heard that to remain silent and filled with resentment. Sacrifice isn't always about ourselves. Sometimes we self-sacrifice for the benefit of others. We don't always get what we want, can't always have it, even when we feel we deserve it. We have to let it go and move on. Learn from unfortunate experiences and resolve not to make the same mistakes again. Broken trust can be hard to overcome. That takes time. When we are hurt, we don't ever want to be hurt again, but life is about taking chances.