I’ll Do It

I’ve learned to do it myself and not because I don’t want help but because I know better.  Too many times help is disguised as something else.  Instead, help is offered as a sort of down payment for future servitude.  Fulfillment of this servitude is expected immediately upon request, regardless of the circumstances.  This is a concept I’ve come to understand as an adult, and quite frankly, I’d rather do it myself than be in debt to a selfish soul.  In return, when help is genuine and truly selfless, it is seen as the truly beautiful thing that it is.


Author: Undeniably Sara

Chronic Illness is a relentless beast gnawing away at the soundness of mind. Resilience is a powerful weapon and must be nurtured.

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