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The Besotted Bookworm by BookBax
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“Of course I’ll hurt you. Of course you’ll hurt me. Of course we will hurt each other. But this is the very condition of existence. To become spring, means accepting the risk of winter. To become presence, means accepting the risk of absence.”
― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Anthony Tsang
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So what it’s saying is if the bank keep their safe door wide open and without guards, it’s not the bank’s fault for losing your money? You shouldn’t beat yourself up for someone hurting you, but it’s very very important to meet and keep good company around you. Make wise decision to who you call friends.

Vix Cosa
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I thought of u when u saw this Autumn Til’daBreakof Dawn . Can’t punish those who come after the one who hurt u. Even tho I hold myself responsible for allowing myself to get hurt, this reminded me to be fair to whoever comes along next. Sometimes emotional pain is necessary for personal growth. and sometimes personal growth is necessary to fully appreciate and enjoy the wonderment of whoever steps up next. Hang in there chick 💜

Candice Kemp
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Wow, I love this so much. Ive been struggling with a recent break-up that has me placing a lot of blame on myself. This speaks volumns of truths that its time to place the blame back where it belongs.

Reg Fallah
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..this quote is good because it exposes the difference between those with a mediocre intelligence and those capable of higher intelligence! You SHOULD blame yourself for wrong choices! The question of CONTEXT is almost always the point ! In this case if stealing an unattended wallet makes the difference between survival and suffering, NO ONE would blame that person for stealing your wallet! Nothing is as simple as it seems at first .. OR , ” the innocent eye has become a lie” W. Benjamin

Raquel Williams
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This is true…But still you need to use common sense. If it quacks like a duck…. Patterns never lie. When YOU know better…YOU will stop leaving you wallet around a theif… #TrueStory #LiveAndLearn #NeverAgain

Lauri Neria
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SO true!! We mustn’t be so afraid to be true to ourselves… to be real. We have to trust ourselves enough to take a risk and have faith we’ll make it if it doesn’t work out.

Kristin Brown
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This is an unreasonable comparison. There’s no way you can say something so materialistic as a wallet is like your heart and love.

Shubhika Dwivedi
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Why a victim? Why to blame others or ourselves? It just happens. We can’t protect our heart and give it rationally to someone. It wouldn’t be LOVE then because loves defies all the logic. So yes, we are not at fault. It is human nature to give heart and break it. And, why to blame others, you never know the situation they are in, may be they don’t understand emotions, may for them it just doesn’t matter. People are different, their meaning of life and expectations are different. There is no one to blame in most of the cases. We… Read more »

Sarah Cohen
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Yep. It’s a learning process, and a long one. They convinced you long ago you were responsible because they were thieves. These were the people you loved and hated. And you thought it was normal. And you didn’t love anybody else. And they kept stealing your wallet and blaming you, and years of blaming yourself, and wondering and trying to sort things out passed. It took a long time, decades, until you finally said and BELIEVED. wait a fucking minute. I didn’t steal my own wallet. I pointed out that you stole mine, and you punished me every which way… Read more »

Andrew Ronald
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i like to believe there are large swaths of people who would no think of touching someone else’s unless to give it back. and it could be that if a trusted person took one’s wallet then maybe the lessson could be worth more than the contents of the wallet. i don’t know

Patryk Lewandowski
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For the thief to steal something there is always a person that is sort of allowing something to be stolen, the person is getting tricked. A person who is hurting someone, is hurting someone that can be hurt. It’s always somewhat of a both sides blame kind of thing. It’s not only the matter of what opportunity somebody had and how they acted on it. It’s also giving this opportunity to someone.

Sarah Kay Swanson
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Ya good advice, but If they, are dishonest and “steal your wallet” your still broke.
Just make people earn your trust. I was way too trusting with many people in my past, but i learned a lesson. So these days I keep a hand on my “wallet” while they sit next to me.

Dave Goldstein
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If you go thru life afraid your going to get hurt every time you get too close to someone – you might as well not even bother meeting anyone. We got to take big risks to reap big rewards. just because someone broke my heart does not mean it wasnt worth every second i spent with them – I think heartbreak is good every now and again… I dont enjoy it dont get me wrong but Ive never learned more about myself and grew more as as man than the couple of months after we heart was broken…

Dave Goldstein
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Why did we always need a victim – maybe neither party was guilty – Maybe you both got a chance to fall in love – that should be prize enough for you both. Its not her fault, not your fault – its life, sometimes you get hurt, but that is the risk you take to live a great one

Sarah Trickler
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I resonate with this. Have had a good handful of people take advantage of my good nature and then turn around and blame me for basically standing up for myself in light of their shittiness. This is the perfect analogy to really describe it.

Camille Grace Coffin
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Amen. Trust is earned, not an automatic right. Each person has to do the hard work to PROVE he/she is trustworthy. I have a real problem when other people get offended if you don’t trust them right away. It’s a vetting process.

Diane Mousseau
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“It’s their responsibility how they act seeing an unattended wallet.” Yes, it is. And it is our responsibility to make sure we don’t leave our wallets unattended in the first place and for what purpose? You can’t blame yourself for other people’s actions, but you can, must, look at your own part in making it easier for them to cause you problems. It’s like some people I know who don’t lock their doors during the day or even at night. Their reasoning is that “If somebody wants to break in, they’re going to break in, no matter what.” Ok, but… Read more »

Benjamin Sisk
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Only a fool would blame a thief for their own poor choice to place their wallet down where it could be stolen. Only a fool would blame an imperfect world for not measuring up to perfect standards! And lastly, it is quite foolish for someone to be so unplugged from the true experience of existence that they can’t even feel/sense/discern the nature and intent of those around them. Literally, I would be very foolish to desire to trust someone so badly that allow for myself to be abused because I am wearing blinders to who they truely are! If we… Read more »

Kaoshoua Yang Pha
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I think the people who blame you for getting hurt are the most disgusting and messed up. I was once told I deserved my pain and wasn’t abused enough to know better, that I was playing victim (bc, surprise, I fought for myself like anyone eho is wronged) but at the same time being victim-blamed. It was so unbelievably screwed up. This us why I refuse to be biased and take sides (unless the outcome was obviously asked for by blatant instigation).

Mary Eagen
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This is the problem with memes. They are so one sided. I’m not disputing the truth and validity if this statement but it seems to forget how important it is for us all to take risks and take responsibility for those risks. It is they’re fault if they steal, it is also your fault if they steal something you left out. Both people are responsible for every situation, not just one.

Addie Umad
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BUT you should only give what you’re willing to lose. sooo, it’s not just their fault you gave everything to the wrong person, sometimes we’re dumb and oversee the signals… and anyway, being heartbroken is not so bad. It keeps us real

Kathy Mansell
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But you do need to be a bit careful where you leave your figurative (and actual) wallet. You don’t want to be too cavalier .. let people in but don’t leave your wallet unattended until you’ve known them for a little while!!