ARE HUMANS WIRED TO BE PHONIES? 2

SUZAN writes…

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BLACKPROWRITER

On the recent findings of yours truly by the occurrence of immature antagonism by friends and foes, I truly believe there are some things we can’t change in people.
As much I don’t like to write about my personal woes and burns, it still saddens  me how unsettling humans can be. They say they want the truth; the deep and dirty details about someone and when they get it they turn around before you even get the chance to blink your eyes.
Phonies are those who act as though they are all they seem and they make you want to rethink perhaps first impression should matter more. Perhaps we should see people for who they show us they are and not try to define them by a single shred of emotion they tend to display especially when they are in dire need of your assistance.
I dislike being untrue to myself and all I want, all the world needs is honesty. You wonder why people close the box of their insecurities and fear from the face of the society because this world doesn’t quite seem like their home – they don’t feel comfortable in exposing their inner self to people because no one will welcome the real you.
Trust should be earned, right?
Nah, trust should be overrated!
So why do you dig into someone’s heart if you have no intention of accepting all that is in it?
Do you just do it for the love of “treasure hunting” or you are wired to be a phony – a phony who always seem to have the right words to say just to have you at your lowest point.
And then slowly but noticeably leaves your opened, vulnerable heart in the cold!
Are humans simply cruel or they are just wired to be Phonies?
Please do tell because I’m out of answers. 

~Susanah Omohunola Ajiboye.
To read the first part “ARE HUMANS JUST WIRED TO BE PHONIES?” CLICK HERE.

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