Wednesday, January 15, 2014

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“When you're the victim of the behavior, it's black and white; when you're the perpetrator, there are a million shades of gray.”
 Laura Schlessinger
When you think of a wrong done to you, I bet you remember everything in details. Have you ever tried to ask the perpetrator, supposing he/she was open-minded, about the wrong done and then you get that look that tells you they don't recall a part of the story you are telling.
Many times, when a wrong is done to us we remember everything even twenty years after, but the person who'd done the wrong is somewhere carousing, having no idea of the mental work you're probably going through. 
I guess that's why they say forgiveness is a major player in finding happiness. Imagine hating someone and having clogged arteries from it for twenty years and the said person hasn't a clue he's done something worth hating him for or the gravity of the offense. I think of it as self-imposed affliction. 

Yay! A dress. I'll be wearing a number of my dresses this year. They've been locked up enough.



Enzo Angiolini shoes / Miss Yasmen dress / MAC Ruby Woo lips / Shop bought necklace

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful dress, I love the brocade inspired pattern :o) Xx

    Makeup by Candlelight

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  2. I have never heard this quote, but I absolutely love it. It is so true! Pretty dress too Inez!

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  3. Absolutly wonderful post – everso true. Looking fab!

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  4. If someone has wronged me, I tend to remember it for years and wait for the perfect moment when I have a chance to ruin their life!!! :D Yeah, I'm an asshole...
    I do love this fancy dress on you, the pattern is mesmerizing!

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  5. I love the neck piece... nice look
    What camera do you use?
    www.fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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  6. when you are the victim of the behaviour, it's black and white - amazing blog post. Love your outfit as well

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