— Ming Ke (@SunMoonKe)July 29, 2014
One day seems fine and calm until a load of staff happens to get dumped upon our heads.
It’s incredible, hearing someone say, “I’m a gentleman.” And usually in the first few hours of meeting people (Yes, that has happened, many times.) How vain are you? Even more amazing, they followed up the conversation what “they” think is proper lady-like behavior. And then reasoned that a woman should behave around him because he is “clearly” being a good man. They carry themselves as if they are heaven’s gift to women. Ugh!
Excuse me, but giving yourself a nice label proves nothing. It is the actions that counts. Having expectations on people’s behaviors is such a rude thing to do. Why not drop the labels and let your actions speak for yourself?
People are not blind. If there is goodness in a person, they see. A person who is genuine have no fear of being overlooked. In the end, shouldn’t we focus more on being nice to people, respecting each other, and communicating?
P.S. Even more sicking is how they say I’m being unreasonable when I want to leave. Isn’t it better just to let me pardon myself and so you can meet people more your class? But no, you insist on feeling offended and calling me names. What was that? I should give a proper reason? Why, I’m sorry I didn’t realize you are my parents.
Sorry people for the negativity, I’m so overwhelmed with things some guys say to me over the past year I just have to let it out. Hopefully this doesn’t make me an unkind person. Really, there are lots of wonderful people out there, and I love to meet, talk, dance, and have fun together. But to do that sometimes one has to take the chance and talk to strangers, and then meeting bad people is inevitable.
Bronstein (via enpasant)
I play chess. I’d like to think I play my life too. I am pretty convinced that life is just one big game. (At least, this sounds more interesting than: I live a life. Nothing wrong with that, anyhow.)