Loz (lozenger8) wrote,
Loz
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From one to another...

I may not be the world's most emotionally secure person, but I generally try to treat others with a measure of respect. This aspect of me tends to get eroded when I get angry or offended. I have little respect for those who don't respect others. It's generally why I try to avoid getting angry or offended. Sometimes it's unavoidable.

I still have a lot of growing up to do. I have never denied that as a truth. I know it. I've said it. I am a childish person. In a lot of ways, I am a very innocent and naive person. I can also be extraordinarily guillible.

In lots of ways I'm selfish, and I've also said this many times. I'm just beginning the long journey of experiences which will prove who I really am, and whether the standards I set are realistic or wildly inappropriate. I don't know everything and I know I never will. I can be highly obnoxious in large quantities, sometimes deliberately, but also sometimes not.

I'm a flawed human being and I accept this. I think other people might need to accept this of themselves as well.
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