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I’m not quite sure which is worse, the insincerity of someone pretending to love, or that of someone pretending not to…the former still has the potential to create some good, because even if we develop a sense of belonging or a feeling of being needed based on a false premise, as long as its maintained, there’s good in it, and no matter how destructive the ultimate realisation of it being false, it can never eradicate the good that was already experienced while it was being experienced…whereas in the case of being insincere in pretending not to love someone, the good that already exists is being smothered, destroying both hope and souls in the process.

That would imply that the insincerity of someone pretending not to love is far more damaging and dangerous than the insincerity of any others…which, incidentally also implies that the ones we love are more dangerous than the ones we hate…or don’t love…so be careful who you give power to in your life…you could be signing your own death warrant in the process…that is, the death of your soul and any passion you have for life.

Zaid Ismail

Author, life coach, and mental health activist. We need to change the narrative from disorders, illnesses, and survival to accountability, understanding, and thriving.

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