Anon makes a great point

Whatever, I’ll be back when the divorce is announced. For me it is less to do with the BRF (though I used to be fascinated with them) and more to do with this being yet another proof that to get ahead in this world/society you have to be a really shitty person (isn’t it said that the most successful people are sociopathic?) which is depressing. Being awful is constantly rewarded (fame, fortune, success etc…)while good people continue to get screwed. Sigh.
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TORONTO, ON – DECEMBER 31 – Meghan Markle, girlfriend of Prince Harry, watches during the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games at Air Canada Centre, Toronto. December 31, 2000. (Bernard Weil/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

There goes the mystique of the Royal Family, but we still have other good ones, but  I’m not going to lie I’m disappointed.  Hey, she clawed and bedded her way to the top. What a nice gal! Not a good role model.   

Thank you, anon for stopping by. 🌸😎JD

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British Royal watcher since 1981. An admirer of beautiful things, and people. Retired to Florida. Opinionated, Empathic. Former Restaurant/Bar manager and Insurance agent. Learning Social Media for the over 50 crowds. Everyone is welcome

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One Comment on “Anon makes a great point”

  1. It has been drilled into people for a great many years now that humans are just random cluster of matter with no reason for existing and thus no point to life. Coupled with the mantra of self as the be all end all of what is true and thus you’re owed whatever you want and are offended and oppressed by anything you disagree with, you end up with a society of psychologically disturbed people and their “useful idiots”. They think they can make reality conform to their ideas. We are meant to know and live the truth in all things. Thus, we are meant to conform our minds and thoughts to the truth that is revealed to us. Sadly, all of these people who think they’ve got it made are actually very lost souls.
    “What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world and suffers the loss of his soul?”

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