The Napkin Writer
You should just be careful of how much more of your time and energy you are willing give to individuals who obviously have little regard for your feelings in the first place.
“I think in that place where you find the hatred and meanness for your sister and George is the place where “evil” is born.“ Don’t fall into that trap of hate and non-forgiveness, because once you do, you become judge and jury of every little thing no matter how small.
As such, in this place or state of mind, we forgot about the progress and sacrifices we have made to obtain our goals in life. Once more, our hearts become so bitter, that we have a tendency to block out potential future love. Our minds become so embroidered revenge, pain, loneliness and skepticism, that we start finding it hard to believe that someone else will love us unconditionally, and without some sort of larceny in their heart.
Don’t hate them for what they done! Embrace them! Bless them! Then send them on their way! And you get yourself on track to wherever it was you were headed before this whole thing started.
If George and your sister don’t make it, and he’s gone away, then you are left with this hate this man has cause between you and your sister. “Blood is thicker than water!” Life has a thousand and one more lessons for you to learn and live by. Just don’t waste your early years getting caught up in this foolishness, because it takes “too many years” to drain the foolishness, hatred and bitterness from your heart and mind. If you choose to stop trusting your sister, then don’t trust her, but by all means, don’t ever stop loving her, because that is where evil waits to take us away….. “in our own hatred of each other.”
The Napkin Writer