By Vernalee
The countdown has begun. It’s like watching the ball drop on New Year’s Eve in NYC.
All eyes are on our buddy who has embraced everyone with the utmost inferior and disgusting treatment.
A top notched schemer, this person has lied, cheated, talked to most folks like trash …. and escaped punishment.
So many people have been mistreated.
All reigns come to an end!
Of course, no one is wishing the individual any harm (I don’t think), but all are watching to see the yellow belly cowardly disposition escape their outwardly and inwardly presence when the ax falls!
No … We are not in the casino, but wagers are being taken that the person cannot take a mini sip of his/her own medicine.
Wanna bet?
Poor thing!
Why can they swallow one ounce of what they have poured out?
Sure, he/she is a “pill,” and has always been.
I am not a high roller, but I have a respectful $50.00 wager on the table that they cannot take it!
What’s your bet?
Ante up!
I don’t mind if yours is higher!
We will have more dollars to spend collectively when we watch him uncomfortably “lay in the bed that he made for himself!”
Pity those who can dish it out , but cannot take it in!
I leave you with quote.
Though rather long, it’s worth the read.
Whether people can take what they dish out is not always clear.
Being the bigger person is; it’s the key that unlocks the door to your ease of contentment!
A Taste of Your Own Medicine
“Don’t give them a taste of their own medicine.
They already know what it tastes like.
Give them a taste of your own medicine.
If they lied, let your medicine be honesty.
If they played with your emotions, let your medicine be maturity.
If they broke you, let your medicine heal.
If they made you cry, let your medicine make them smile.
These remedies of yours may take years to work, but they work. And they last.
So be patient. Stay true to yourself.
And remember this:
It is better for people to value you for who you are, not for who you pretend to be.
Who you are lasts a lifetime.
Who you pretend to be changes like the change of seasons.
Don’t be afraid to be yourself, even if it means removing yourself from lives that you want to be in.
You are, no doubt, worthy of being valued for who you are.
So be who you are.”
– Najwa Zebian

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