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One power that we all have

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Posted 23rd February 2014 at 05:52 PM by Jeremy Barker

Some people's minds work in mysterious ways and I guess I am one of them. Folding some clothes a little while ago a thought crossed my mind and I stayed there.

Every person in the world has one thing in common. That is that we all have the power to hurt someone else.

Simple thought, right? It is but it can be so deep depending on how we perceive it. Some can be hurt worse than another because of the feelings involved, right? The more you love someone, the more power you have given them to hurt you, and the trust that they won't. Do you realize that right now there are people that look to you for help, look to you for happiness, look to you for love? Although your words can hurt anyone depending on different aspects, these are the people that you can hurt the most because they have invested time and feelings into the relationship.

There's a lot of people that will read this or have read something similar to this before and they brush it off and think how stupid it sounds. Maybe your one of them. But for anyone that has ever given someone so much trust and so much love and then been hurt by actions or words to the point of your world being turned upside down and you feeling the hurt deep down, you know exactly what I am talking about. The people that have been through something like that in their lives change from that point forward. Future interactions with people and relationships can go one of two ways. 1) The person hurt will hold back and climb in a box and never put trust into someone "ever" again. 2) The person hurt will slowly move into other relationships or interactions with people but will have a very hard time putting trust into someone again whether it be a friend or significant other. The thing is, I believe, "when" a relationship reaches a point of love again the people involved will cherish what they have and will remember what had happened to them and make all of the moves not to hurt the other person. Anyone that has gone through something of this sort does not want to put anyone else through those feelings.

What do you think? Do you think someone has to actually go through it before they know what I am talking about?


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