David and Goliath. Here’s a spin on a classic myth.
I am staring at myself in the mirror. Then I start punching myself in the face because I don’t like what I see. I’m getting uglier and uglier, which means I punch harder and harder. I’ve become the monster my insecurity suggested. That’s torture. I start looking for “Davids” in my life to attack to feel better about myself. David…is the mirror. David is the Goliath of Goliaths. You reap what you sow. Words represent violence to the sentimental. The past is gone. Get over it. Enough is enough. Stop punching yourself Goliath. Heartbreak is inevitable. God designed Dorcas without your approval. Write a few books about it. Publish them. Then move on knowing art is just a mirror: you are offended by you, or the absence of you. Such is life.
This song is dedicated to every woman (I pursued) who never loved me back. ‘I Love to Love’ by La Bouche
Heartbreak is inevitable. Stop acting like you have time to suffer. You don’t. You don’t have time to suffer. Dorcas sharpened me. Satan is the biggest Goliath.
Proverbs 27:17, As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.