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For though it hurts to understand the tragedy of reality the understanding it means fighting to control your debate for it In one hand it is as if you want it abolished and in the other hand you know that it never could be though it is preferred by all The misery you live knowing reality is true the misery you dream knowing reality does not exist Through promise there can be only lies Misfortune seeks the fortunate in all aspects of life A truth that is sad but necessary To love is to hate and to hate means to let go But when you hate and let go you yearn badly for that beloved possession Therefore letting go because of hatred is like letting go becasue of love and therefore is the act of being unsettled This leads to fear and sadness One must ponder always when truth is honest and still relevant One must also ponder whether or not the right decission has been made or should the decission be regretted To understand life means to understand death and every aspect that surrounds both fortunately forgiveness lurks where it is needed but is only given when asked for Fear of being unforgiven causes hurt and hatred to those you currently love You dont wish to harm them or cause them distress or let them go you have learned form your previous mistakes but the mistake you make now is still in your past By having a tortured soul you can never truly be complete or completely love To forgive is to be forgiven and to be forgiven is to show love and let love be shown to you forgive yourself and others and be forgiven or forever fear that life is not life and therefore death cannot be death but rather an altered reality or existance Turn to your past for answers for even though its your past it is not gone Never
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