Adoration

 

My mother used to call me her ray of sunshine. As I got older, I asked her if she called me this because I brightened up her life. She told me, “No, it is because you are brighter than anyone else.”  I cannot disagree with her. Years later, Becky (an ex girlfriend) told me that I thought I was the sun. I remembered what my mother had said but I had learned that Becky did like to compliment me so I stopped myself from saying my mother’s words and asked Becky if she described me as such because I lit up her life. She shook her head and replied,

“It is because everything has to revolve around you.”

I took issue with her comment. It is not the case that everything has to revolve around me, it just does. I think that is because of my innate magnetism. People enjoy being around me. I enjoy people being around me. I revel in their adoration. It is only right and proper that they recognise my brilliance and in so doing want to be near me, with me and praising me. I mean, who does not like to be praised? We all do don’t we? Nothing wrong in that. I think that because I get so much of it I find it addictive and I want more. I want people to admire and adore me. I know they should, but that doesn’t always mean they will. Of course, if they don’t I won’t waste my energy on them, there are much more deserving targets for my largesse. I heard someone say that you only get out what you put in. I agree ; I put people at the centre of my sights and they adore me in return. Perhaps if more people did this the world would be full of adoration and be a better place.

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30 thoughts on “Adoration”

      1. I don’t understand what you are saying Nikita…I would like to. Can you explain?

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      2. Its covert abuse F&R. 😂😂😂 You continue with the same tone of condemning someone for eating sweets food making him feel its something wrong .. 😂😂😂😂

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      3. All what chips away the selfsteem or the self security of a person is abuse.
        I remember once somebody here calling me an addict and I had said or done really nothing to this person..
        It was also in a very covert way but this is worse as when they tell you directly.

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      4. Yes Nikita, I agree with what you say , which is why we must first give to ourselves in such a way that there is no need to take away from others.

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      5. Yes, however we do not have the right to live in a way that is harmful to others.

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      6. It will be like a scene from Practical Magic – of course you know who I will be.

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      7. Mmmmm – Hot – to – the- H – Goddess – to – the -G – gotta – keep – swimmin – in- his- big – ole – sea and a marvelous night for a moon-dance for Bethany and me, of course this would be after a tribute to the late Wendy O with a good cake eating dose of Reform School Girls.

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    1. Whoops, just broke the seal on that new jar of H.G.’s raspberry jam and poked my finger in for a yummy taste test…he can have the seconds now.

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      1. OMG…I can hear his thundering voice booming down the hallway…announcing that he’s ready for jam and no one had better have touched it!!!! Run Clarece…RUN! And bring the jam with you!!!

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      2. Nah, he can clean up after me. I’m probably getting a silent treatment anyways! Lol

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  1. My N. lit up my world with passion and fireworks. He shone as bright as the sun, also. I adored him, and thought he was as brilliant as you are, HG.

    Your kind definitely brings out the best in us.
    Such a shame it’s not enough for you… 🙁

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  2. No worries, @Bethany7337. 🙂 I meant I must have been dabbling with a Greater Narcissist who possesses similar skills as HG has described.

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  3. FR – Ah, Wendy O Williams of Plasmatics fame! One of my personal faves.

    Tuesday morning, New York Times
    You passed away, you lost your mind
    We all try to play the game
    We all wanna taste the pain
    We’d sell our souls if the price is right

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