Please… Be misunderstood
Jonas Ellison
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I just read “just be misunderstood”. This is what my late husband advocated tirelessly. He practiced it and many people dropped out of his life, some returning(thank goodness). He never took a point of view as any more than your temporary thinking. And no matter what you said he loved you any way. Your words remind me of him. It’s good and it makes me cry. Thank you for being here.

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