Doing Better

He never gives; only gets as much as his mind can carry, and even then it’s such a heavy burden that the pressure makes him numb.

He starts small with a needle, but as the gifts he receives become larger and heavier with responsibility, he becomes the intelligent one, not because he really is intelligent, but because he’s the only one that’s changing the way he does things based on his mother’s advice, whereas those around him have been on the receiving end of his faults, and yet choose to put such faults on display. It makes them less forgivable, makes him a tool, and everyone suffers from the consequences that can easily be seen by an outsider.

Critics are born, and in certain circumstances even that can be a good thing.

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