Monday, March 13, 2006
Nobody's there when you need them, simply because everybody cares about themselves. They only need you to be there as their ladder. Then when they reach the top and you stick your hand out so they can help you out of the hole, they turn their back and walk away. And you're left alone in that dark hole witbout an ounce of hope. That's when you wish you'd payed more attention to your life than other peoples' lives and had done something so you'd be strong enough to get out of that hole.