Serendipity? Oh yes. That's when you walk beside a train wreck and among the moaning cries of the injured and dismembered limbs, you chance upon an unopened box of chocolate cookies!
I rate everyone a 10+ or I don't rate them at all. I give people the benefit of the doubt. I am optimistic. I fantasize that things will work out and then I deal with things when things don't work out. If I friended somebody that you are feuding with, please forgive me. I often fail to pay any attention to petty dramas being played out on here. I am not taking sides, it is just that I am probably clueless.
I grew up in a family where people dealt with problems and then moved on. We never had time for depression and feeling sorry for ourselves. No shrinks ever made money from us. It wasn't that bad things didn't happen or that we were insensitive to our own feelings. It was America. You cowboy'd up and acted on things that needed acting upon. If somebody needed help, you gave it to them. You didn't expect anything in return. You didn't lie, cheat, or steal or associate with people who did. If you gave your word, you kept it and that was just the way it was. It was a different America back then. Nobody walked around with a sense of entitlement. You got what you got if you earned it. Again, that's the way it was. I am totally lost in this age of Presidential election by reality T.V. and people who find significance in things that are totally insignificant to me. Love, family, friendship: those are the basics that one built a life around. But then again, I am old. Most on here are young. So I listen you and your perspectives. I try not to judge. But cut me a little slack, okay. The world I grew up in has changed. I am like an alien here and like you and everyone else, all I can do is try to make a go of it. After around 7 years on here, I am still only halfway to SIRE. There are some on here who have no sense of humor at all. Rate me, add me, but most of all, be my friend.
A real life genuine blood descendent of the twin Spanish Houses of Gama and Brujan(the name the Spanish word for witch comes from). The Brujan line arrived in Spain from Romania around 1100 A.D. The Gama family was Spanish Royalty as in Vasco de Gama. By the late 1400's even the royal families were being hunted as witches by the Spanish inquisition and the family fled to Mexico where they settled in Veracruz. Today, there are more witches in the state of Veracruz than there are in all of the rest of the world combined. I can't tell you about the druids, Celtics, Wiccans, and Salem witch trials because that isn't a part of who I am, but I do know about things Brujan and Gama!
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