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Importants vs Friends.

I'm odd.
Always have been.
There are a select few who I allow in.

Investing time into amplifying relationships allows you to build trust. To authenticate loyalty you have to invest.

I trust my intuition. It's saved me from starting relationships with people who could not be trusted. I trust my family. Their judgement on when they feel they are needed the most in my life is bothersome and yet, crucial. I trust my importants. They know acceptance.

Friends are those who are not family or importants. The ones who give you half-truths and almost always, they're the wrong half of the truth. One must have limited insurance in themselves to trust their happiness in the hands of the wrong people

So being odd has it's benefits.


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