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People i could do without - "Life= Complication"

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PEOPLE I COULD DO WITHOUT An Essay By: Paula De Lyon "Life= Complication" If this statement doesn't say it all about life, then I don't know what does. It's perplexing, convoluted and everything you don't want it to be, but is; that's life. If it is all of these things, then one can understand my point of view when I express my dislike for certain people who tend to make life more difficult then it already is. The people who annoy you beyond words, whether it's what they say or the way they say it, as well as those individuals who never know when to shut up or call it quits. Let us not forget those who resent you for what you have, not even considering how you got it. Whether or not these people can find just cause for behaving in this manner, they remain nonetheless, people I could do without. ...read more.

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It has been my experience that these individuals can help you on the life-long journey to finding yourself. How, you may ask, well, I believe these people help you to realize what it is you don't want to become. It is through these people that you discover things in yourself that you never knew were there. Although one could argue that, you need these people to "keep yourself in check," I hold true to the fact that I don't need anymore stress in my life then I already have. Of all the people that I can't stand I would have to give the award to the people, I have renamed "haters." A hater is someone who bares malice towards others because of their success or accomplishments. These people, only, bring with them constant worry and aggravation, because all they do, is try to find ways in which to bring you down and ruin whatever success you have accomplished thus far in your life. ...read more.

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If you've got haters you must be doing something right! Even in the face of adversity, I stand tall and refuse to let anyone compromise my beliefs. In this composition of my thoughts I am being as real as I can be, I have not held back the way in which I feel in an attempt to spare feelings. One can say that I am coming across as harsh, because I am coming correct and bluntly stating, in some words, that there are just some individuals that need to be shot. Despite all my ranting, raving, philosophizing and whatever else this can be describe as, I do realize that these people aren't going anywhere; and I can argue until I am blue in the face. It seems that when it really comes down to it, as many people that I can do without, twice as many may feel that they can do without me too. So do I really have a point, you be the judge! I'm not trying to tell you how to live your life. I'm just trying to figure out how to live mine! ...read more.

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