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In life opportunities come and go This is the nature of things Paths branch out to form an incomprehensible amount of actions and reactions Consequences retributions victories and defeats these are all possible Mistakes and failures If youre lucky really and truly blessed you will be set on the path that so many desire and so many fail to achieve True love your soul mate this is the ultimate purpose of being alive To try to put love into words would be a failure as every scholar and writer in history has found out I was blessed in this way once I failed Here is a guide on how to lose the most precious gift in life how I lost mine First you realize your not ready the thing is though no one ever really is so consequently you get scared How can you love someone so much that it feels as if they complete you in all ways God missed Fear becomes predominate Fear of losing this answer to all the gaps in your life Fear leads to stupidity Stupidity continues to further the process You lie because it feels easier to deny the truth so you can grasp what is really going on and maintain control You lie to avoid being seen for the person you are Eventually you are found out Truth the foundation of love is broken Now anger rushes in to consume you and you give in because of all emotions anger is the most tangible Youre furious that you were so stupid to jeopardize this Worse youre angry because now you have an outside force driving you to these despicable acts Unfortunately by this point your so lost you begin to act out in anger Cheating on someone is horrible though horrible doesnt begin to do justice to dismissing what this person means to you Thats what cheating is a dismissal I never once found fulfillment in my adulteries
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