Thursday, July 05, 2007

Back to reality

Back to reality and it ain't a pretty sight.

hehehe.

Wasn't there a song....let me quickly look it up in google. Oh yes... George Michael - my best friend Claire really liked him.

George Michael
Back To Life


(Soul II Soul)

Back to life, back to reality
Back to the here and now (oh yeah)
Show me how
Decide what you want from me
Tell me maybe I
Could be there for you
Oooh
However do you want me
However do you need me
However do you want me
However do you need me

Back to life
Back to the present time
Back from a fantasy, yeah
Tell me now
Take the initiative
I'll leave it in your hands
Until you're ready
Heeey
However do you want me
However do you need me
However do you want me
However do you need me

I live at the top of the block (top of the block)
There's no more room (no more room, no no no no)
For trouble or fuss
Need a change
A positive change
(Loook . . .) it's me writing on the wall
However do you want me
However do you need me

Back to life
Back to the day we had
Let's play this foolish game
Hear me out
Don't let me waste away
Make up your mind so
I know where I stand
However do you want me
However do you need me
(repeat to fade)



This is a very scary thought. Because I am really irritated at the moment, and I wondering if I should tell the person that is the cause of my irritation or if I would just be making the situation worse. Isn't so annoying that you are upset about something and the person who is the root of the issue seems to be blissfully unaware and may just continue causing the irritation in different ways in the future.
Part of me tells me that it cannot be resolved if the person remains unaware another part knows that the other person involved who is aware of the problem (I thinks I am being over sensitive and unfair) - that person may be more angry with and hold my speaking up against me in the future (this has happened before).

So now the question is what I am supposed to be learning from the situation I find myself in?
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