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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Someone to Talk

How many times do we hear relationships get cold? Either friendship or marriage, it doesn't matter really when there is lack of communication. Yesterday, my friend told me she was not feeling good of the people she was around with. She blow her rants! The people she was around with talks non-sense! Talking about the lives of other people's imperfections! She was tired pretending even if she do not like their company, she had to be around them. She had no choice at all but, mingle with them. I think there will come a time that she would just shut her door to these people.So, she just hang on to her cellphone the whole time, tweeting and checking on facebook. She hoped that I was with her instead. At least we can talk about music and we can talk about church activities and life's dreams. Sometimes, we are forced to be with people that we don't really associate. How I wish she was here with me too. Just to talk with the things that I am interested to talk about. It is good to talk to the person face to face right? Anyway, let us strive to be happy everyone.

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