the backstage epiphany

where reality is so subjective it's entirely optional

Monthly Archives: April 2006

So it isn’t just me

One of the greatest injustices of life is that just when you think everything is finally settled down and going well, something happens to make it fall apart all over again. It’s a vicious cycle that just never ends.

Yesterday I saw the one thing I needed to tell me that my instincts were right. And now my whole world is crashing down around my ears again. If what I feel is true, then I don’t want to waste another second of my life in this fiasco.

One of the greatest ongoing battles ever fought in mankind is the one between the logical side and the emotional side of the brain. No matter how hard or how bravely they fight, the emotional side always wins, and the logical side always loses. No marks for guessing which side I’m on.

A single woman will not say she has to support herself because her so-called ex-boyfriend can’t support her. She would say she has to support herself because she doesn’t even have a boyfriend to support her in the first place, wouldn’t she?

It doesn’t matter what you say
It’s a feeling that will never go away


In with the new, out with the old

There are some things we should have gotten rid of long ago, as a way of throwing away the past. Keeping things from the past only brings back unwanted memories — that is, unless the memories in question are meant to be brought back, in which case the present is of absolutely no importance at all.