If you say you’re for me how are you against me?

If you’re anything like me you wonder how it is possible that someone you believe is in your corner is the one that has something negative to say behind your back. It’s awesomely funny that it happens on a regular basis. It can be your friends, coworkers, and even family. How is it every milestone you make there is praise while you’re there but as SOON as you leave the talking begins:

“She/he did a good job on their project, but I know somebody helped becauser there’s no way she/he is that smart.”

“She/he’s relocating to a new city. That’s good. A change of scenery is always good. I give them 6 months and they’ll be right back here. They can’t do nothing on their own.”

“They’re in church every Sunday and singing praises and ain’t living right to save their lives. Why go?”

The criticism goes on and on. I never knock anyone about their views on someone, but don’t perpretrate like everything they are doing you agree when you don’t or could care less. That’s just down right wrong. I have been told if you don’t have anything nice to say don’t say anything at all. I feel that being a hinder and not helpful is the exact same. If you are truly happy with what they are doing say it, mean it, and show it every day. Don’t sit here and be for them and then turning your nose down when they are gone. If you took the time to follow your dreams and do what makes you happy I’m pretty sure you would get the same praises that they are getting. Remember always surround yourself with positivity and positive people. Life is too short for negativity and negative people.


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