(posted with his permission)
“Man….WTF? Sounds like you are going through some challenges….take it all in stride Chicka. (ommitted)…it’s all about (omitted) you cultivate that bring happiness and fulfillment to your life. You sound like you understand this…..it takes some people forever and never to figure that out…
But, having said that, I would kill the mutha effer that steals from me. Period. There is nothing lower, or any excuse for, thievery from a friend. If you need help in this endeavor, I work for CHEAP : )
The complaint’s (omitted)…BUT, cup half full puts me back (omitted) all over this rig like a BALLA…. HELLA HOLA!
Enjoy your spiritual journey….I suggest checking out (omitted). But in the end, whatever makes you a positive force and strong (omitted) is a good thing, regardless of the name it takes. (omitted)
I take a Karmic approach to life: do unto others as you would have them done unto you. So if you point a weapon at me, expect a 10 fold reprisal. Hahah!
Take care Babe, throw a smile even when you don’t feel like it because no matter how bad it is, it’s the paradigm of the situation that matters.”
Thanks, old friend.
*I was going through a real rough time and him opening up when I reached out meant a lot to me.
A “friend” stole from me and pulled a disappearing act. I don’t completely take it against him because, after gathering more information, I realized he was SOL and was just looking out for himself. I just happened to be the sucker of a target in this paradigm.
On the bright side: I found out who my true friends are… and while it really bogged me down for some time, once I got over it, I realized that my lust for life was still intact.
Having said that, I’m not the same person.
We can’t, after all, expect ourselves to fit in our clothes from when we were kids; too many paradigms on the soul have occurred just as too many biological changes occur on the body.
We should take the healing time we need.
We live in a society that sees emotions as weakness, which is really silly; if this is what you truly believe then stop listening to music, stop watching movies, stop admiring any kind of art… don’t ever fall in love… don’t bother living.
So try to silence and rid of that nonsense mentality that emotions are a weakness and come to terms with how you truly feel about the situation and/or thing and/or person, which is very important – this is an imperative part of the healing process. Don’t ignore your heart.
When all is said and done, work your way into getting back up.
Life doesn’t stop when we get injured.