The Opened Wound: PAST GHOSTS

We can draw lessons from the past, but we cannot live in it.
Lyndon B. Johnson, December 13, 1963
36th president of US (1908 – 1973)

I always tell people I hate talking about the past, but here I am still repeating the mistakes I’d thought were fixed. A friend from a group of people I was with last year decided to show up on a chat window last night after I queried about a run that he was going on about during the day. Then, seeing as none of his friends noticed the changes going on in the world, I said to him that I left his precious little group of conspiracy theorists, since I’ve seen the truth of what they were; a modern update on Jehovah’s Witnesses in the way they talk about supposed rebelling against government and changing the city’s ways of thinking, of which I grew skeptical, over the past few months, with them doing and preaching the same things over and over, leaving me to quietly fade from view. I regretted talking to R______ last night because of:

  1. Knowing what he will be doing with the rest of his life until he drops dead and rots in the ground
  2. His lack of observation skills when it comes to the world around him
  3. His laziness, which gets more apparent every time

I am quite thankful about my decision to leave this group of bar-hogging morons after seeing through the illusions they cast upon the public and the false promises they give out. Once I pitied the fact that they were getting threatened by members of the public for their behaviour, but now I don’t because these guys are getting their just desserts.

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