Relatively

Relatively 

I have discovered that it is not in our strengths that we are often time connected to the rest of the world. It’s sometimes in our weaknesses, in that challenging time we appreciate the check-ins of some individuals we plagued as normal or unrecognizable. We in turn begin to see and appreciate them for what they do.

Caught up with the idea of the wrong and right crowd is and is not, we often drive away people who we could learn a thing or two from about life.

In truth the idea is relative because the crowd who you see and appreciate as well as they see you and appreciate is the only real existence of things.

 

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