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Reflection from December 29th, 2012 @ Age 31

RE:  HOW MUCH EASIER LIFE BECOMES—WHEN YOU BE YOU, AND LET GOD BE GOD ;0)

Two things.  With regard to Anastasia (so I don’t forget)—character; with regard to Adam (also, so I don’t forget)—playing God (yes, but not what you’d expect).

I got up this morning and let Dietrich out to pee, then read a bit from “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” then took D for a walk, then came home (to my parents’ house, of course)—made this whole huge breakfast, etc. etc.  So, it was a lot of good thinkin’ time—preceded, of course, by very quality thinking material (at least, as far as I can tell at this point in time).  And, these are two of the most important thought/conclusions I came to during the process:

No.1.  Maybe the reason I have “hated” Anastasia so much (surprise, surprise!) has nothing much to do with Anastasia at all.  Maybe I hate her in reality, because I hate the idea that what I did to her (namely, sleep with Bobby) fell so far beneath my self-created charter of morality and ethics that I actually, in fact, hate myself for creating such a reality.  And, of course, as these things go, it in substantive reality held far greater meaning still than in factual reality—namely (again) since the fact that I slept with her ex-boyfriend held slight meaning as compared, to the fact that Bobby was probably the first person outside of her shoddy (i.e. emotionally irresponsible) family that actually gave a damn about her substantively in the first place.  How that was possible, given Bobby’s infamously lazy nature I have no idea.  But, I’m sure that’s some clue as to the nature of the hurt I caused Anastasia through my own selfish action.

No.2.  I think I am playing God with Adam.  I want to be the one to punish him, because I had to be the one whom he abused and treated so poorly and so substantially without care.  But, when I really think about it—I’m not so sure that’s my job in this Universe.  I think it would be best left up to those higher powers that pal around with Fate, Destiny and Chance (if they are not in fact, one and the same).  I think it best that I get what I am legally entitled to and bow out, and leave the rest alone for his karma to handle.  What I am legally entitled to, begs the question really—but all the same, it should shortly become fairly clear.  I’ll know what to do when the time comes.  I need to leave the rest behind.

No.3.  And, now here since I’m going, I might as well make a point no.3 drawing a comparison between 1 and 2.  Anastasia made up for my poor and careless treatment of her feelings, by acting as God (well, not God, but funny enough, evil) to punish me.  And, she in reality did cause me great pain because of it.  But, I believe her abilities to be far less than that of which I am capable—as evidenced by my ability to overcome her evil, and then now too, my ability to reflect and apply what I learned in that scenario, to my current situation.

Anastasia created and brought evil into this world—she was wronged, and she reacted by bringing evil into this world.  I have been wronged by Adam; I am angry and hurt and have every right to be—however, at the same time, I do not want to create evil as a result.  I want to take my hurt and pain and anger and transform it into good—a far more difficult task, but in the end, it will heal me and save me from far greater evil that would otherwise lie ahead.  I will take what is legally mine, and leave the rest.

So, there you have it.  All jumbled and probably barely making sense, but I’m pretty damn sure there’s a substantially important point in the afore-mentioned mess.