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Sunday, June 5, 2011

BEHIND THE MASK

BEHIND THE MASK

Every body uses some body some way some how at some point.  I know there are one too many people that would disagree, so I want keep my opinion to my self.  Because some people don’t even know that they are being used and the other half would say that they don’t use anyone.  So I don’t know which is the saddest, knowing that you’ll being used or not knowing.  Those that say that they aren’t using any body:  Every time you ask someone to do something that you can do for yourself; then you are using that person.  It’s a simple thing, but to someone else, it’s mean everything to them that they are able to do this for you, what you refer to as a favor and just how many favors do you ask of them?  Husbands and wives, boy friends and girl friends do this all the time.  It’s so easy to start depending or expecting someone to do what you should be doing. When it is brought up, as to say, what all I’ve done for you, the first thing that comes out of your mouth is, “No one made you do anything that you didn’t want too or you didn’t have to.”  How hurtful.  Now that person now know that they have been used or taking for granted.  A woman can give her body to a man, the most precious gift she can give, and should be treated as such.  The first thing that comes out of a man mouth, “It was an even exchange, she wasn’t moaning and groaning for nothing, a simple thing, but it meant so much more to her.  Yet, she want think about this until the break-up.

We all wear a mask at one time or another, it’s when we start lying to ourselves and we no longer can tell reality from fantasy.  Thinking we’re pulling the wool over someone else eyes only to realize in the end, that you played yourself. That person you pretended to be, you could never be.  No matter how hard you try, the lie only works for so long because, “Thunder only happens when it’s raining; and players only love you when they are playing,” in the words of FLEETWOOD MAC.  You see, I’m not a player, but I know how to play the game.  Only the name and the people change, because this is the oldest game around.  Many people would claim the same but are players and users and they have been playing this game for so long, that they are the ones to end up alone.  A player:  Trying to love or pretending to love two or more.  A user:  Using anybody that they can for their own personal gain and never thinking twice about the other person(s), that always end up; “What have you done for me lately.”  Sad to say, that’s when you will know, that you’ll been used….. 

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