No cause for mercy

Everyone has a pattern of behavior. It is like a trail of breadcrumbs. And if you are in a relationship, you will come to know them. That is, if you take the time to know the person you are in a relationship with. Predictability is evident and common. What may seem, is not always true or what one come to believe. There are always two sides to every coin. Unless you can see both sides, it becomes just a toss up. You are taking a chances. And in this world, we can leave nothing to chance, especially when it comes to love or life. Chance is a probability we cannot afford to take a chance on. It is especially true in love. Where anger sometimes tow the line, we have to think of the big picture, what is real and true, and what has been proven of fact and not fantasy. If it is true love, it is built on honesty, trust, and devotion. It is built on the back of family and friends. It is not built on what one thinks or assumes. It is built on pure and honest facts that are built from the ground up. If family or friends are to take sides, it is for the just of the relationship, regardless of which side that family comes from. It is not for the destruction, but the salvation of respect and love for the person. The only thing that can destroy true love is deceit and deception. Deceit and deception comes in many forms. But its basic form is a lie that takes on reality and snowballs into injustice. And those who choose to accept such injustice without the guidance of real honest facts, are acting with prejudice misconception. Deception cannot operate without deceit. In the long run, it will come to bear. And when it does, the full weight of self-deception and self-deceit will bear no cause for mercy. 

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