Ya don't know who to trust.
Your worst enemy could be your best friend,
And your best friend your worst enemy.
Some will eat and drink with you,
Then behind them su-su 'pon you.
Only your friend know your secrets,
So only he could reveal it.
And who the cap fit, let them wear it!
Another rainy week here. So here I am reminiscing on my journey through life. All those 'wrong' turns I've taken, in my relations, my career and my lifestyle. And the glaring conclusion is that I let my condition take me hostage!
Over the last few days I have been playing back a few of the incidents that have happened over the years concerning my relation with people I came across. Some were (fewer still are) my friends, acquaintances and relatives.
Armed with a better understanding of my condition and how I reacted to situations that presented themselves, I’ve come to that conclusion.
That's something I know. Some may feel I failed them, others may despise me or get mad at me (maybe all of the above). But WHY???
Don’t take “no” for an answer
There’s no telling where we’ve been
And all I know, is that if you can find me
You may never wanna find me again
‘Cause people don’t understand
People like me.
Alphas Theme Song
At times I guess my life can be defined like a person with multiple personalities but all active at the same time.
- Annoyed or angry – since to them we seem to be ignoring them when they ask us something.
- Confused – when our comments or answers are brief and/or cryptic
- Hurt – since we often don’t bother sugar-coating our comments
The reason I bring this up is I always find myself in embarrassing situations where I forget peoples names, or at times where we met. Thus it’s like “Umm…. , remind me your name” or my favourite “I know we’ve met trouble is I can’t remember where.”
So next time we meet and I ask you again, please understand.
Guess he said it best.
“Your neurons must myelinate at an astounding rate.” Dr. Rosen – Alphas
P.S. here is another take on the subject