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I confess I'm kinda depressed since after talkign with an old friend, another friend of ours was brought up. Haven't seen or talked to her in such a long time, and I horribly miss her. She was a bright presence and a good person, I even had a crush/feelings for her.
I confess I'm also conflicted as I'm not sure if she saw me as a friend or cared about me as much, considering few things. I hope she did, as I did a lot for her and went against a lot of people for her.
I confess I hope I get to talk to her soon or something, regardless of how I felt about her or how I think she feels about me. Either way, she was a great person to talk to.
I confess I think I'm one of the few who talk to people for who they are, not because I expect them to act or behave like this. Meaning someone could act like a douche or complete opposite of what I expect, but I'd still talk to them, especially if I enjoy it. I don't judge, but I'm probably wrong. Meh.
I confess I hate emotions and feelings. <_<
no, lack of feelings = no problems whatsoever. -_- Without emotions, I'd be more blunt, honest, and myself simply because I don't give a shit how others would react.
Much like how Sasuke is blunt, or how Luffy or Zoro tends to be blunt. Life is much better when you don't care.
Just ask Tobi.
If you wouldn't be caring about anything, what would be the point of being blunt, honest or yourself? A complete of lack of feelings directly translates into a void personality and a human being cannot be void.
Sasuke? The guy spent all his life trying to kill his brother because he killed his parents, and then, after learning the truth, he is spending the rest of it trying to crush his own village because they put his brother under a heavy burden.
Tell me how Sasuke doesn't care. He actually cares, but he is such an idiot that we think he's an emotionless moron or something.
And Tobi? The guy is a maniac. For the record, I told you to embrace the feelings, and pain and being hurt is a part of it, too. Tobi did the opposite and is now after a pointless revenge although he blabbers on about "I'm nobody".
Anyway, being blunt isn't anything related with shutting down your emotions. It's about keeping yourself balanced. By keeping your essence (thoughts, emotions, ego, soul) in balance, you'll get to get a hold of your reactions to the events.
Being blunt means honest or truth, just telling it as it is. You don't need feelings for that. I never said Sasuke was emotionless, I said he was blunt. Blunt is not related to lack of emotion.
Can we stop talking about Sasuke, Naruto, or any of this? What does this have to do with real life?
Depends. People are too sensitive or tend to get butthurt so easily.
Everyone has issues they are sensitive about, but what I am sensitive about is not the same as what you might be sensitive about. The same way you might appreciate someone being tactful about your sensitivities, you should try and be of others. Forthrightness doesn't necessitate rudeness. You shouldn't go out of your way to prove you are a blunt person to yourself, by offending others. It's called manners dude, colloquially known here as 'not being a twat'.
However, offending others is also a point of view thing. What one person says to another, might be viewed as offensive to another. Blunt is much better as it's straight to the point. Too many people tend to beat around the bush or tend to not understand until you lay it out for them, directly.
I confess my lack of confession.
I confess that I watched the PBS Masterpiece Classic over Wuthering Heights today and cried a lot.
And as we're just a few minutes from the end of the three or four hour special my mom says, "I dunno.... It just feels like I haven't even read this book. I mean, when do they hang her?" I'm like "Hang her? She doesn't get hanged..." And my mom says, "yes, they hang her at the end of the book." To which I reply, "Mom/ You do realize that we're watching Wuthering Heights, right? This isn't Tess of the D'Ubervilles."
Mi madre: "Ohhhhhhhhh! Oh. Okay. Yeah, I've never read this book. But oh my god, now I definitely want to read it!"
She spoiled the entire novel for herself. And considering it's my favorite book, I was very disappointed. What a tard. She didn't notice she was watching something completely different until the last five minutes. Wuthering Heights and Tess of the D'Ubervilles have virtually nothing in common. I told her that I think the blonde hair dye is seeping to her brain.