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Subject:it can be frustrating
Time:12:59 am

the grass is always greener on the other side. cause when you walk outside your door every morning, you see the same the lawn. and you can try to feed it, and take out the weeds but for how everything worldly works, the grass over on the other side will be greener. only cause you don't fully understand the grass on the otherside. you haven't stepped in it, dug through the soil, felt it on your back when you look at the clouds.

so why is it that, at times, it's difficault to appreciate your own yard, as beautiful as it may be? it will never compare to the illusion of assumptions. it looks like the other side is perfect, but will it be when you get there. how can you understand fully what the other side is like until you've taken the full leap over to it? will you miss the original side when you take the leap? will you hate yourself for releasing what you had entirely, for something far below satisfactory? even though you can play the conservative, there is no sure bet. what do you have? what are you missing? oh you're winning and losing. how frustrating -

yearning is burning. change is scary. consequences can range from wonderous to horrifying. so is the grass really greener on the otherside?

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earth_souljah
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Time:2004-12-15 02:17 pm (UTC)
We go through times where the grass doesn't look too green, but trust me, it's just the lighting. Give the lighting time to change, and I promise the grass will look a helluva lot better.

Unless this was some elaborate metaphor about you having crabs or something.

Peace.
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