Would you fight for someone?
My heart would, yes but my mind asks my three honorary questions:
1. What am I trying to accomplish?
2. Is it necessary?
3. At what cost?
because if you think about it, fighting for someone is an immediate reaction to loneliness or a void that grows in between time. I would fight for anyone who wanted to stay but there are those instances where I know that my presence is poison to their hearts and when I am unable to give them what they want from me, this creates potential resentment. I love enough to silence my heart’s desires to endure it in betterment of you. If losing me is to your advantage in the end, then I’ll let you go. Altruism. Altruism.
But if we both know this is something that can be resolved, then by all means let’s knock this shit out and move forward with our lives because at one point our relationships with one another, romantic or platonic, serviced many lessons of growth. I have fought many battles and gone many lengths to keep someone in my life but in the end, strings are cut by the natures of life anyway.
Let go and let God, they say.
"Introverts, in contrast, may have strong social skills and enjoy parties and business meetings, but after a while wish they were home in their pajamas. They prefer to devote their social energies to close friends, colleagues, and family. They listen more than they talk, think before they speak, and often feel as if they express themselves better in writing than in conversation. They tend to dislike conflict. Many have a horror of small talk, but enjoy deep discussions."
What do you think plays a large role in the make up of your character? Do you believe it's a combination of the influence of family, friends, even astrology, perhaps?
You know, I’ve put a lot of thought into that. I firmly believe that our birthdays are significant because down to the very moment you were born, the planets and the stars were aligned in a certain degree. If you haven’t looked into your natal chart, do so. Therefore that brings us to the next spectrum of influences, everything in its entirety; our families, environment, and experiences were all pre-written not by the universe, but by you. Down to the very group of friends you’ve met and unmet. Every lesson that you have ever encountered was placed in your lifetime for a reason, whether it was to understand or to experience something you haven’t before in order to become more compassionate. The more you understand, the less of your ego you’ll harbor within you. It got off tangent, I’m sorry.