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    dots Submission Name: When do you drawl that so needed line?dots
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    Author: jackz
    ASL Info:    24/F/OH
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    dotsWhen do you drawl that so needed line?dots
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    Tell me something...

    Have you ever done certain things that were completely out of ordinary?
    Have you ever done certain actions that were inexcusable yet they need a reason for happening?

    Things happen, Right?

    We're all only human
    Making mistakes is what we do
    In order to learn, to evolve

    Yet where does one drawl the line
    When is enough, enough?

    How do you make such a decision?

    We all can relate and understand how it feels when making a mistake
    But when does the time come and another drawls the line and says
    "That's enough"

    No more mistakes are allowed?

    And how does that person go about drawling that line without sounding/being like a complete asshole
    Considering we all makes mistakes

    Who made him/her God??




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      It's ok to make mistakes. The question is, is it really a "mistake", or something else? A mistake is an accident. Maybe what you are referring to is not an accident, but more something you did that you knew was wrong, but could not talk yourself out of. Something you really needed to do at the time, but later wanted to undo. That is not a mistake, but an excercise in poor judgement. What you need to address is the reason it was done, not the act itself. Figure out what needs to happen for you to have no reason to make any more of these "mistakes". Then you will need no line drawn at all!
    | Posted on 2007-07-23 00:00:00 | by Wired | [ Reply to This ]


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