The obligatory “lessons learned” post ’10

I usually do one of these in December, right before I go on a requisite two-week festive alcohol binge but this year has been so profound that I felt that writing this now would be far better. 2010 was a shitty year for me, besides the stuff that I disclosed on this blog, there are tons and tons of things that went wrong this year, I’m not just talking shit when I say that my life is in a state of disarray right now. Although there’s still two months left in the year, I don’t think there’s anything that could redeem 2010, I could win a million dollars tomorrow and that won’t change how I feel about this year. These “Lessons learned” post are usually mad long but for once, I’m going to keep this one short and sweet because I’m too busy enjoying the smooth taste of KWV brandy. The biggest lessons I learned year is:

You’re on your own

It’s a sad realization but it’s true, screw the clichés, every man’s an island. At the end of the day, almost everybody is looking out for number one. You only have yourself to rely on. Relying on other people could turn out to be the biggest mistake you ever make in your life is to rely on others, human beings are inherently selfish. Even though I have grown to trust people freely without waiting for the populace to earn it, I still wouldn’t expect much from them. The people I relied on abandoned me, point blank period. And since I’ve been accused of having loner tendencies, I’m now a fully fledged loner. Fuck all a y’all! Maybe a good Samaritan might change my perception of humanity but until then, I’m on my own witches!

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