What are good qualities? Love, compassions, forgiveness, understanding, trust? All of those plus more I assume. What happens when these good qualities in a person are taken for granted and used and abused? What happens when a person knows that somebody else will continually forgive and forgive and forgive over and over until the end of time? Well, than that quality is no good to the person that holds it because all its going to cause for them is heart ache and disappointment for the rest of their lives. Are these good qualities or not so good? You can give all your trust to a person and defend them to the rest of the world that they are being 100% honest with you, but what if theyre not? Then you look and feel like a fool? What good is love if your being walked on because of it? Its a sad thing when other people see these qualities in a person and they mistreat those qualities. That is what I like to call good qualities gone bad. OR, maybe its just that the person that holds those qualities doesnt know how to use them correctly? Are they being rash and stupid by giving those out so easily? To forgive to quickly and love to much and too easily? Maybe they deserve the pain because they are not responsible with the qualities they hold? Just something to ponder.
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