The Enemy of the Good (eideteker) wrote,
The Enemy of the Good

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Said to my dad:

"I'm not angry at you. I don't have time for hate. When I'm old and retired and sitting around, I'll think about everything that anyone's ever done to me in my life and hold my own little court of memories.

Right now I have to worry about living."

"and I'm not wanting you to make the same mistakes.."

"Of course not. It's alienation that does that. If I shun you and all that you've done, how can I learn from it and avoid the same mistakes?"

I have someone to thank for helping me reach the second conclusion. Some day, when I see her, I will thank her.

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