Sunday, January 21, 2007
A Zero For Effort
There was a time when other’s emotions did not matter to me at all when making decisions. I learned politics the wrong way, because it was my belief that you have to set aside your emotional features to come up with fair judgment (just like how legal officials do). This attributed to my once careless attitude which according to an ex (or friend if you by a million chance could ask him), I will get a zero for effort. He made me wondered for a moment, and I realized that I never considered some of his hopes for an ideal relationship. He has his basis but he made me realized that each person would sometimes generalize based on their sole discretion and expectations.
It wouldn’t hurt if we also consider the other side of the spectrum. It is possible that a person is only hesitant, undecided or calls for an end of something, enough reason why he or she would act differently or against another person’s expectations. Why would you dare to make an effort if you knew it’s a dead end? I would rather take the never-ending maze, and live it to the fullest.