do you tend to begrudge those who have an easy life. Or do you try to figure out what they are doing differently than you, so as to strive for their ease. Or do you simply say 'good for them'.Answer Question
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I do not begrudge because we cannot know what demons or devils must have been slain to maintain the good times we see we can only see it from the outside. What looks pretty from the outside is sometimes the magic of new eyes I do not judge because everyone is working or struggling in their own way we come in at the last act and like movies never see all of the work and blood and tears that went into it. Anything worth having is worth beating into submission clubbing on the head and dragging home to mount on the proverbial wall.
Answer by pinkdragon36 at 1:28 PM on May. 30, 2010
So if I live a life that has been one good thing after another.... with very very little strife... then I should be pitied????
My parents were middle class, they raised me well with good morals, I made minimal mistakes, I married a wonderful man, then had kids, I have my health and my kids are healthy. My good life is part luck and part good choices.... but I should be pitied???
Do you suggest I go start making bad choices so that I can hit rock bottom to KNOW 100% what it is like to build myslef back up??? Or do you think you could find it in your heart NOT to pitty me because I am greatful 100% for my life???
Answer by Anonymous at 1:46 PM on May. 30, 2010