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Don't Lock Yourself; Share It With Someone?

You said this to others when they sad
"Don't keep all your grief within you, there is a time where you need to share it someone"
Keeping all of our sadness in our heart make us bleed from the inside
Don't take the burden alone, find someone who can help you

When you said that, it really shows that you care for that person

You don't want that person to be sad
You don't want that person to suffer alone
You want that person to share the pain with someone that willing to share it
You want that person to throw what is inside the heart

Yeah right

Do you realize that you say those words not for everyone else, but only for you?

You actually want that person to share it with you
You actually want that person to depend on you
You only want to make yourself look good by making others come to you when they are in problems
You only want to make yourself feel better when others depend on you

Now you realize, that most of the things that you do are only for yourself, but you cover it up by saying that it is for the sake of others
How clever

The only 'you' here is myself


  1. haha zaf...well said...aku paham 110%...muahahah

  2. nabi pernah berkata "words are sharper than the sword"

    you're one heck of a swordsman.

  3. adam - tapi masalahnyer aku x pnah faham aper yg ko komen...hahaha

    rayza - because it hurts so much? :p

  4. adam philosopher laa. kena jadi setaraf ngn dia baru bleh paham.
    p/s: adam, aku paham komen kau! hahahhhaahaha

  5. haha tunggu la nanti slalu lepak ngan adam...


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