Don’t let internet reunite what life separated
The other day I received an email inviting me to my high school class reunion party.
Let me tell you something, if I want you in my life, you are already there.
I remember my high school as great years.
Years filled with friends and joy.
After graduation I decided to keep in touch with 5% of them and the rest to never speak ever again.
For me is the same if they moved to an Amish community or if they are running for President.
I decided them to be in my past.
So why would I go to a party with people I enjoyed during years and then deliberately removed from your life?
Trust me I’m smart enough to assure you that if I wanted to, I could find you.
There’s only one thing that could get me to go to my high school reunion party and it’s an ideal that can never be achieved.
My initial thoughts were that before I could go, I would need to reach a level of success that would be absolutely devastating to everyone there I hated.
And the more I thought about it I realized that there was no level of accomplishment that would be enough because the measure of success is a personal one.
Life for me has been a journey to a place where the people get my jokes and make me laugh.
Each year I keep getting closer.
Going to a reunion wouldn’t necessarily take me in the opposite direction but it’s a detour I don’t need.
the world must know the truth!