They just don’t know how to do differently.
Sometimes we forget about Karma
We forget that we will reap what we sow.
You really have to believe it.
You can try to punish people for the way you feel
You can give them the same attitude that they have given you
What is that saying… ” An eye for an eye”. What happens when yall are both out of eyes?
You can’t hurt people be you are hurt.
You can’t be upset with people because they do not meet your expectations.
You have to think better. This very mindset is the reason your life has not progressed.
In order to become a better person, you have to do better things. You have to treat situations differently than how you’ve done in the past.
At the end of the day, God has the final say. Not you.
So next time you decide to purposely hurt someone… think of how it will come back to you.
Last week Issa’s experience a facial. (if you know what I mean) Her lack of experience, lead her to a major embarrassing situation. Issa darling you were supposed to aim it the other way. When a man is at the peak of climax, it is not often they can control where they are going to skeet. Now some men do have control here, but you were giving major service. He obvi had no control.
Molly’s “let’s go fuck him up” is what a true friend would have said. She got her girls back. The situation with Dro tho, honey. It was great. I mean, momma needed her back broke. You still come last in this situation no matter what. What happens when your feelings get involved? It won’t be easy for Molly to let go. Hello, woman, Dro is married.
I am completely hating on Lawrence these days. I mean left Issa hanging, so he still ain’t shit. His new office boo is cute. As you get older, you learn that office dating is something you never want to do.
The random girl who showed up to Derricks birthday was a great ice-breaker moment. The dinner Tiffany party for her husband Derrick was a mess though.
Lawrence’s reaction to Issa was typical “knee-gro”. I’m over him. He can go… his anger makes me want to pop him upside his head.
I never understood why people always leave the person who always had their back. The one that held them down while they were in need.
I feel your pain Issa, I do.