A child believes everything his or her parents say until it gets wiser. Once the children knows more, it first recognizes one omission, misrepresentation, or outright lie by the parents.
From that moment, the child begins to question everything the parents ever said and will ever say.
There is a point you get to, and it is imperative you ask yourself, why am I here?
I’m not talking about life. I’m not being philosophical and I’m not talking about the age-old question of why humans exist, or why you, in particular, were created.
When they ask you, why do you trust him this much?
Are there no better men out there?
Is he down for the long haul as you are?
I want you to tell them, “all the feelings I’ve got for him, he’s got it twice and over for me.”
How can I do this? How much do I even have in my account? How much does she think I earn monthly?
I would have just given up and moved on to the next girl, but this is the love of my life we are talking about here. Will you have let her go if you were in my shoes?
Looking back at that whole incident now, I can’t help but wonder, was Junior really “Junior”?
Do you know what I mean?
I know what I saw, but can I trust my childhood memories?
On a second thought, how many Junior are not really “Juniors”?
Ralph chats up the Doctor to find out if he is a hoe or if a guy can even be a hoe.
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Do you know the prize you get when you get successful?
Do you know the price you have to pay to get successful?
Is it worth it?