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Date Posted: 19:48:41 01/03/20 Fri
Author: Comicality
Subject: Imagine Question For 1/1




Oil and water is what they call it. As much as we all share a lot of common traits, likes, interests, and even flaws...it is simply impossible for all of us to get along. It just isn't a credible pursuit to think that you can be friends with everybody. And even when you are close friends with somebody, that doesn't mean that you won't have an argument every now and then. But we all have to coexist on some level, right? That's just how society works. Deal with it.

The question this month is...do you have any outstanding conflicts? Maybe they're a friend, a former friend, a family member, a co worker, a classmate, an ex lover? Do you hold a grudge? Do they? What happened there? State your case? What was the straw that broke the camel's back? And is forgiveness possible in this scenario?

It's inevitable that we're going to dislike or be disliked by somebody, and that's ok. It doesn't necessarily make anybody a bad person. It's just the way it goes. And if two people have a relationship that simply isn't working out, then why continue to punish yourself?

So let us know what you think about conflicts like these! Do you think it's the other person's fault? Was it your fault? What happens if you just lay all of the bullshit to rest and let it go? Or would that only be a set up for more pain in the future?

Let us know your thoughts! Anonymous replies are always welcome! Either in the replies below or at my new email at Comicality@shackoutback.net if you get a chance! Cool?

Seezya soon! I'm excited to see what you guys have to say on this one! I'll add my own answer soon! :)

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