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by nix
Rated: E · Short Story · Other · #2202176
For The 48-hour challenge
"People got a lot to say. Whether you asked for it or not they will shower you with lots and lots of opinions. Speaking up on what you believe in is a good thing and sharing an opinion sure can help in solving and finding different solutions to different kinds of problems. But that's not the case these days. People have a lot to say not for the sake of helping out each other. They won't even be willing to hear what you had in mind. What they all try to do is mold you in to something they want. Some do it just because they felt a need to say something, some do it because they will find a good out of you going out of your way and some don't even have a reason.
What ever the reason seems to be they will try to suppress your wants and needs by defining and setting rules which align with their own needs and will give you a hard time deciding whether or not it's right and acceptable to go on the path you choose.
Only a few succeed in breaking through this tough trend and do what they believe in. And it's not going to be a smooth ride. But with time they will get there, and accomplish what ever they set their mind on doing. That's because they will only follow their heart and what's right and not what others tell them to. So you need not settle for any catagory they defined, you need not follow rules which are made by them to benefit them. Just do what you want to do. and they can keep on saying what they want to say." he said to me and he for once didn't ask what my opinion on that was.
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