deception. insecurity. boredom.

Deception.

In this game you can’t afford to trust anyone. The sheep you thought harmless might well be a wolf waiting for his chance to devour you. In this environment, vigilance is the key to survival. Do not trust anything that presents itself in your doorstep. Trust only your instinct.

Insecurity.

It is sad that some friendships must be sacrificed because of the insecurity of some. It is sad that some friendships cannot blossom because of the risk of war brought about by some. It is sad that some friendships must simply die a natural death for the sake of peace and harmony. Sad indeed.

Boredom.

When one’s potential is not exercised to the fullest level, boredom creeps in. It threatens to kill the soul, repress the passion and make an otherwise fulfilled life unfulfilled. And so when boredom sets in, two options are given. Continue on and let the boredom slowly kill the soul or brave a way out and release the suppressed potential. There could only be 2 options and 2 aftermath. There is no gray area.

What is this? Why be so cryptic? When before I wrote in plain black and white.

Only time will tell.

Author: elleica

Jesus Lover. Writer. Blogger. Biologist turned marketer. Child of Learning. Thrill Seeker. I long for my next adventure.

2 thoughts on “deception. insecurity. boredom.”

  1. Melancholy in my sights.
    This is an example of “gray on a grayer gray.”
    This is the outlet of anger. Only with shattered sights can one see the sadness hidden from plain sight.
    I just wonder why…
    You remind me of “Delirium” from the Endless.

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