Part Hero Part Villain

We’ll the year is finally at an end, it’s been great. It’s had its ups and downs but overall it’s been wonderful. Am not a fool, I don’t deceive myself into thinking that all this, is all of my own doing. I know it’s because of those that helped push and strive to get me in this “wonderful” position. And that has been the point of the last few days to show gratitude to all these great beings for having been there, for showing faith when they really didn’t have to. Then I remembered I forgot a few other vital contributors. So here goes.

To those that told me I couldn’t do it, that never believed in me,that tore me down and basked in my countless failures, Thank you I fed off the negative energy and that did amazing things to my personality. It took time but I learned to never pay mind to destructive criticism, and now it just bounces off me like light on a mirror. To those that abandoned me, when I needed them most, that walked away because they thought I was not good enough for them, to those that hurt me without a second thought. Thank you because you gave room for better people in my life, that have not only made it greater, but amazing too, so to you am very grateful for that. And finally to the worst of all, those of you masquerading as all good, when you’re all bad. Keep doing what you’re doing, eventually the mask falls off and we all get to see you for who you really are, so until that happens, here is my Thank you in advance.

It’s because of all of you, you’re the reason I actually believe I could take on the devil himself, and still live to see another day. I am able to stand taller, stronger and tougher. I want you to know that out of all your evil, some good came out of it. Not only were you a villain to me, but you were a hero too…..

Kukie

“The line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being. And who is willing to destroy a piece of his own heart.”

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.

“All it takes is one bad day, to reduce the sanest man alive to lunacy. The is how far the world is from where I am. One. Bad. Day.”

The Joker.

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