My roommate and I were flaked out by yet another irresponsible person today, after extensive effort and waiting.
I always think it’s easier to see the good in others than in myself. Maybe this only pertains to me, but part of my reasoning is that when you are good at something, you automatically assume that, because that “something” comes so naturally to you, it must be so with other people as well. After all, that’s the intuitive approach people tend to take. Of course, this mentality undeniably reflects both a lack of understanding and a so-called high expectation of others.
So it’s time to open my eyes to the real world.
In the real world, there is always a portion of people who are irresponsible. That much is given. Yet, actually experiencing irresponsibility after irresponsibility in times of tremendous stress reminds me how great a quality being dependable and responsible really amounts to be.
So I am glad that I can proudly claim myself to be a responsible person. A pat on the shoulder for a little self-love in a critical time like this.
It would be Wonderful to sit down to a breakfast like that after everything at hand Finally works out.