I came across this image post on a social media site (of course posted by one of my acquaintance). The creative aspect of the image is appealing enough to attract anyone’s attention including the statement and similar ones which are ubiquitous in our everyday life. As I see it, the statement is a claptrap floated by a soul who has only attracted inimical energy which evidently came across from all around not sparing the two most ‘sacred’ relationship that we humans have been… able to evolve with. However, sadly enough I must also mention that the post had 100+ Likes and counting. Now this is worth a thought: If poisonous people were friends & family than were they friends, family in the first place? Did this poor soul have trust issues? The question makes me recall a short story. The hired domestic help boy at a farmers farm gets the youngest girl to go into to hayloft with him. She comes back and tells her sister, “Say, the boy sure knows some good tricks!” The sister goes out to the hayloft too, and comes back saying the same, followed by the mother & finally the farmer himself who has heard his wife remark that, “The boy certainly knows some tricks.” When the boy sees the farmer coming, he thinks fast and begins doing cartwheels and acrobatic tricks all over the barn. The farmer watches him and then goes back and tells his assembled wife & daughters, “Guess you are right. That boy sure knows some fancy tricks.” “God almighty!” cry the wife and daughters. “Did he fuck you too?” Think about it…. If you can’t trust anybody that means you must be deceiving others. It is not a question of others, it is a question of you. You must be deceiving, and if you are deceiving, how can you trust ? It is better to be deceived than to deceive. If you deceive you lose the greatest treasure of your life, you lose the capacity to trust!
And then all you see is poisonous people in your friends & family too !!!