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No one knows me better
By Ayesha A van Staaden
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

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8 December 2009

A few months back I lost a friend closer than most for reasons that could have been avoided. I admit I did some... well a lot of dumb things that resulted in him hating me and honestly I don't blame him.

Its weird how the reason he hates me today is no long a factor in my life.

You know how everyone has that one person in life that knows partially everything about you, what you thought when you did stuff... why you did stuff and what you thinking and doing every minute without you saying a word. That scary type of mind reading stuff you know.

He warned me against stuff and told me don't get involved and he was right, I gave me advise that came second to none and he stood by whatever decisions I made in life. He was that support that every girl ever wanted in life.

You know you got a great friend when you can call him/her up at any hour of the night for any stupid thing, the type of friend that wants you to wake them up when you feeling down or blue, the type of friend that would leave whatever they doing just to be there for you in times that you need em. That was the type of friend he was.

There were many things he taught me during the time that we were friends. He would look me in the eyes and say "Babybear, follow your heart, if it feels right... damn it probably is, go with your gut, stand for what you believe and chase the thing you want most in life. Take responsibility for your actions and most importantly for yourself"

Today I want to answer those 3 things...

My 3 words: I am sorry
My 2 regrets: Hurting you & walking away
My 1 lesson learnt: No one compares to you 


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Reviewed by Lane Diamond 12/17/2009
As an aside, many readers, like me, search for material here at AD by classification, and you'll probably get more readers who will appreciate your work if you classify it properly. I mention that because I came to this piece expecting to see an Action/Thriller, and found instead something else. I offer this only to help you. Thanks.


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