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The Agony of Not Understanding A process of miserable indescribable gut wrenching horrific inhuman suffering are all ways used to describe agony in ones life Have there ever been moments that you wished you never experienced Are they so awful that you dare not wish them on your nemeses Well these are feelings of those who were are and those who will live on this earth will experience These are feelings that one holds in his or her heart with contempt for ages but with time turns around and says Im glad I had that happen to me it helped and strengthened me When I was growing up I couldnt nor wouldnt understand this strange want for feelings that drive one to the breaking point and then like a car chase in James Bond make a dramatic U-turn and all of the sudden your ok That is a part of agony that amazes and leaves me utterly speechless when I hear stories of my friends that have had these personal experiences that seem to drive them to the edge of a high cliff I never understood w hy they wanted something that was going to be so hard I always thought if its too hard it just not for you These were thoughts of and inconsiderate little kid from middle school Now as time has gone by and taught me some of the most valuable lesson of my life I not only see but also understand where these thoughts were coming from Also I hear and feel those desires for the things that would help me through out my life these are those desires to be stretched to the breaking point and see that extremely tall cliff I have come to a conclusion it is all about believing in ones self that you can over come and in the end come out on top of the world This was what I had not
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