I write about my life and life itself seen through my eyes for who can write through the experiences of others if not their own?

Tuesday, January 20, 2009


We have the tendency to want to warn others of hazardous situations. More so if we see them getting involved with the wrong people. People that, by our own experience, or that of others, we suspect are not of a good caliber and integrity.

Volunteering that information or warning others of it is seldom appreciated. I am convinced that we see only what we want to see and will ignore the signs around us even if they may be drowning us. And if the relationship we are getting into is stroking our ego…we go head on. Nothing else matters.

People can become very defensive, protective and blinded by those ego booster relationships. And the best and safest thing we can do is to leave them alone.

It gets difficult though when we are faced with more convincing evidence that makes us want to shout “I told you so!!!” but -deep breath - everyone deserves to make their own mistakes.

Just mind your own business.