Unexpected Encounters: Connecting the Dots Between Past and Present

Unexpected Encounters: Connecting the Dots Between Past and Present

Have you ever experienced a moment of eerie familiarity, where the faces of strangers seem to echo the ghosts of your past?

Recent experiences remind me of this:

In the Summer of 2021, I walked to the train station from my gym, only to find a group of individuals who bore an uncanny resemblance to those bothering me today in terms of type of person, stature, and industry (for those of the monitoring spirits who actually have jobs). 

In that chilling flashback, I remember how one of them seemed to anticipate my every move, swiftly closing the distance between us with an unsettling determination.

They were on that street corner at the exact time of my usual walk to the train station on a Sunday evening wearing construction clothing.

Despite my confidence in my own fitness and speed, I couldn't shake the feeling of being hunted. It was as if they knew my destination before I did, orchestrating a pursuit that left me fleeing back to the safety of my gym plaza.

What struck me the most was the parallel between that singular incident and my current situation. These individuals, with their shared characteristics and predatory behavior, seem to operate on a similar playbook. They lurk in the shadows, monitoring their targets with meticulous precision before striking.

But amidst the fear and uncertainty, there lies a glimmer of hope. For as much as they may believe themselves invincible, their actions will not go unnoticed.

The thread of justice, though slow to weave, inevitably tightens around those who seek to inflict harm on others.

It's a sobering realization, one that underscores the profound darkness within those who derive satisfaction from others' suffering. Their inner turmoil, born from self-hatred and dissatisfaction, manifests in a twisted desire to tear down those who embody the happiness and success they crave.

Yet, in the face of such malevolence, I find solace in knowing that I am not one of them. I refuse to be a pawn in their game of cruelty and manipulation.

Instead, I stand as a testament to resilience and fortitude, a beacon of light in a world too often shrouded in darkness.

As I navigate the complexities of my past and present, I am reminded of the importance of speaking out against injustice.

For in shedding light on the shadows that threaten to engulf us out of desperation to invade our lives even by RECRUITING their buddies, we pave the way for a future where respect for REFUSAL, basic human rights, dignity, and free will triumph over manipulative control tactics disguised as friendliness when it is pervasive, degrading your basic human autonomy, and animalistic. 

Trying to distract people from their lives and invade their lives because you want their full attention, but they have never had a relationship with you in the past is kind of odd to me.

It's in the same line of thought as those who will try to ruin your business or deter you from earning a living in peace because you refused unwanted, social relationships, this can happen in any area of life, and these people really need to look within and understand that nobody owes them anything that they don't want to give them.

Those showing this level of entitlement so early are too much trouble to deal with and you should not have to engage at all and waste your time on the foolishness they fabricate to get to you and violate your right to refuse and your right to live in peace free from unwanted interference or intrusion when you are not bothering anyone.