It’s just that I’m so upset that you’re crying, and you really should feel it. I know what you’re going through- the way you are, the way you are at this moment. It’s just that I’m so sorry you’re feeling that you’re doing these things.
Yeah, I’ve been in a few rages lately. I feel so alone. I just want to scream, “I don’t care what you think” without having to actually do it. You’re an idiot, and I’m a pathetic little crybaby. That’s your problem, you don’t understand. I just want to hang up.
I know, it seems like just yesterday you were laughing and smiling and all happy- I know you feel the same way. But I know you dont. Its because youve still got the same thing youve got now, and Im still the same way Ive always been. I know thats not how you want to feel, but it is. Its just, youve seen a lot of things you want to do it too. Youve been to the gym.
You know, I think my response was better than I was planning. I actually think it was more than what I should have said. I honestly wish that I could have been more concise, but I didn’t get the chance. I just wanted to get my point across.
Ok, so I guess you just want to hang up. Yeah. But, that doesnt mean youve changed at all. You still have the same thing youve got now, and Im still the same way Ive always been. I know thats not how you want to feel, but it is.
Now THATs how I feel. You can still hang up, but you are different, youve got a new life, and your past isn’t the past, its the future. You are alive. Just not in the way you thought you would be.
You have the same feelings as when you were a child. You still have the same childhood sense of wonder and wonderment. You still have the same feelings of being excited and alive, of running around and getting all the attention, of wanting to do things youve always wished you could do. Then you realize that you are not the same person you thought you were, and your memories have all been wiped out.
I’m not going to get into the actual details of what happened to me, but I can tell you that it is the worst thing that has ever happened to me. In fact, it was the most excruciating pain and agony I have ever experienced in my life. It was like I was watching my life fade away, and I just wanted to let out all the emotions that I was holding inside. It was only later that I realized I was crying.
Now imagine if you were a person who had no memory of any of the events that led up to this moment, and no memory of your own identity. Then imagine if that was you, and your memory had been wiped out as well. After a while, however, you will remember that you are the same person you thought you were. You will be able to remember the events that led to this moment, and you will know that you are the same person you thought you were.