Coaj Corner: Lesson Learned

By Coaj
In Prose
Feb 6th, 2015
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Sitting on the front seat of a brt bus and staring at the road and a pretty young lady wearing a blue and white chiffon gown and a black leggings, cat-walked pass the bus as if she was on the runway of a modeling exhibition and although she got my attention, what really got to me was that after I got a good look at her(I love pretty ladies/things), I looked around and it seemed like I was the only one who noticed her. Absolutely no one cared if she existed, even if she was the most beautiful girl in the world, at that moment no one cared and then it dawned on me that despite the crowd of people walking past, she was completely insignificant and there obviously would be a guy that she knows will probably go to the end of the world for her, amongst a very few others that actually pays attention to her but she’d probably be ignoring him for some flimsy excuse or even just for the fun of it.

Well I do not know this girl so I’m not trying to judge but my observation made me realize that we ought to appreciate the few people that really care about us because at some point, time or place in our lives, absolutely no one will care who you are, what you are, pretty or ugly, handsome or not, curvy or flat because none of those will matter and you will just be one more person in the crowd.

With this I sincerely apologize to everyone who cares or cared about me and I have taken for granted. #LessonLerned

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