Blog Challenge: Day 22 — Something you wish you hadn’t done in your life

Another one of those entries that make me go hmm

 

Given that each of my experiences have been learning lessons; be they good or bad, I can’t immediately think of anything I wish I hadn’t done.

(insert the hovering fingers over the keyboard while I think)

trust

I think I can say it was to trust when I shouldn’t have or was given no reason to.  Trust has been something very hard to come by in my life, so when trust has been compromised or broken, it’s hurts to the very core of me.  I’ve had people take advantage of my kindness, loyalty and fidelity in ways that almost crumbled my faith in humanity.  Fortunately, my faith and my ability to forgive; even those unworthy or such, I’ve been able to move forward in life.

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Yea, I said it!

6 thoughts on “Blog Challenge: Day 22 — Something you wish you hadn’t done in your life

  1. I struggle with Trusting people sometimes but only when they have given me reason to do so. Once broken you cannot fix things, period…..

    And holding onto the strife simply means one is unable to heal and forgive. End of the day, I suppose sometimes smiling is a lot easier than using countless energy to create many frown lines.

  2. “Trust has been something very hard to come by in my life, so when trust has been compromised or broken, it’s hurts to the very core of me.”

    Mannn. Don’t get me started. To the day, I do not understand how anyone can betray someone’s trust for no other reason than to simply betray someone’s trust. You and I think alike, cause having experienced as much and witnessed as much definitely makes me lose faith in humanity on a whole. I wonder if people understood how hard trust is to regain after it had been betrayed…would it make a difference?

    • I, too, have often wondered if people fully understood the weight in trust and if they’d think or act differently if they had to gain it back, but sadly, I’ve seen evidence of it not even being a factor. As I said in my blog about forgiveness, my brother has, again, compromised my trust in his word even after having to work so hard to regain it. He’s now is a special category of people that sit in the nosebleed section of my life

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