Work Style // Black Floral Skirt



When I am in the mood, I talk a lot of gibberish. I like to analyze the intricate details of relationships, words and actions with an open minded individual. It interests me, you know, the intricacies of human behavior. The shifts in thoughts, words and actions. How it is we never really know a person well which makes it more important that we take responsibility for our own self and not take anything personal.  I've observed how it is that when a slight about a person is made known consciously or unconsciously, intentionally or unintentionally as people process this newly known slight they'd mention it and analyze it; some would forget about it quickly as they return to minding their business and keeping out of trouble, some would put on their superior mantle and pose over your now 'devalued' self, some would empathize and altruistically become helpful in some non-imposing way, some would grab momentary fame in going about helping you to maybe solve the challenge while letting everyone know about the slight. Some would poke you with it with that feeling of schadenfreude that does not elude any one of us and maybe you'd be lucky to not have a malignant person who'd  guilt you with it and exploit you and then if success is made with that would make sure you never forget it is a known fact. And never forget too that in all these you must be strong because the weak do not survive. If we have no reason to remain strong in adversity, just knowing that the world respects those who did not succumb to it. Those who made their own path and kept their light shining. The world is tough on us all. We all have our burdens to bear. Some of us bear it well, because we know it's our own cross and there's no way possible we can be without a cross, accepting this and knowing how we shoulder our own cross we don't knowingly strive to add to someone else's 'invisible' cross. It'd be like adding more black to the whites on this skirt just because we think the whites are too bright and more pronounced, but in truth there's balance to both the white and black. 
A little sunshine, with the purse, is no harm, considering the gloomy rainy weather we've been having lately. 



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