My mom has always told me “when your in a argument with somone don’t let your emotions get the best of you” but what do you do when your oldest friend who you’ve been through hell and back with wants to know why you don’t approve of his new job. Better yet what do you tell him when his job you hate so much is being a U.S Soildier. This is one arguement I can’t get a grasp on with out to much emotion brought in. This arguement is one my mother and Mr. Davis couldn’t prepare me for. I did answer this question, with so much thought ans caution scared one last time that i would insault him. This question has been on repeat in my mind since I was presented to me. With that much thought I have came up with many diffrent answeres and my most selfish one is the one I want him to know but I wont bring into this arguement. Truth is despite all the many educated reasons I can come up with, I don’t approve because once they send to your next base the chance of me lossing you sky rockets. 4 years of a rough relationship and one year of smoothing sailing im not willing tolet go. Im not willing to alow the army take my best friend from me emotionaly and mentaly. I’ve watched many people come and go and i see who they were and who they became and and there not the same people. Growing up with you i’ve had a chance to know the kid you and i’ve met and loved the grown up you. What happens when all of you is lost? Im selfish yes but you now know my educated reson and my reason from my heart.
I may have lost this argument but im ok with that.
“Everyone says love hurts, but that isn’t true. Loneliness hurts. Rejection hurts. Losing someone hurts. Envy hurts. Everyone gets these things confused with love, but in reality love is the only thing in this world that covers up all pain and makes someone feel wonderful again. Love is the only thing in this world that does not hurt.”—