A GOOD FIGHT
Don’t play with a stale fish or you will smell like one. I don’t know how that just made sense but I know my friend got my point when I told him that. He was talking to me about a fight he had with one of my friend, she is not the worst of my friends but you all know bad doesn’t have to be worse to be a risky business.
*Sarah is that girl that will get into a fight easily, she will slip right through your fingers and take that your spot and you know that isn’t cool. She is also that friend that you can spend a night with and be sure of some drama, drama is like food or a part of me starves to death, anyway, you want to get wild and crazy and she is just for you and we love her for that and more. *Lewis on the other had is a friend you can spend a day and be sure you won’t get into a conflict or wish you never had a heart so you would trash him, because he is a friend that cares and knows when to push the stop button, however not everything that glitters is perfect, he can be Mr. know it all in a crazy way and it can be a pain in the ass especially when he keeps winning and proving you he was right. This two are my friends but I know one, is the bad fish, am not being judgmental but truth be told, getting into a fight with *Sarah will make him look bad as much as he wants to get things straight with her its better if he just lets go.
A pastor once asked us in church, “if every time someone wrongs you and you make sure they get a piece of you (assuming the mental you), after a couple of years what will you be left with?” I didn’t answer that but I have just realized that by doing so, you build the other and trash a piece of you to a bin you might never recover to retrieve your piece(s).
A fight is not a bad activity but you need to be in a fight that builds you and makes you look good at the end of it all. Choose a good fight and a good partner who you can share not only a fight but also in building each other.