Friday, August 20, 2010

It's a Gift to be Simple

So, I said that this blog wasn't going to be of rants, and complaints, and it won't be. But this post will start as one.

So I was accused of being simple, with low EQ, today. Apparently, because I don't think of plots within plots within plots for my friends' actions and words, I'm simple. So I "can't think that everyone is as simple as you" when I do things, and post things on this blog, and such.

That got me to thinking. What's wrong with being simple? I don't have a guilty conscience about my actions, so why should I worry about how my friends read into my actions? If they take offense with some of my words, I'd hope that my friends will come to me, and ask me about the truth, and all will be resolved. (Especially since I'm not the best with words.)

Yes, I take the face value of people's words and actions. They do something, say something, I won't try to figure out what they mean under those actions, those words. Is that so wrong?

As the song goes: "It's a gift to be simple, it's a gift to be free." Ok, fine, they most likely are talking about something completely different. But I'm quite happy being simple, thank you very much.

So I guess, in conclusion for this post, if I ever say or do something that offends you, or you might think there's a second meaning in, just ask me. Most likely, there isn't. Really. I am quite simple to figure out. This puzzle only has one piece.

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