Never leave well enough alone

Brave Intent 14/11/7

11.07.14 Posted in Book Excerpts by

November 7

Loyalty , would I follow my close friends and jump off a bridge. No, I would be down below trying to catch them already.

I take things like honour and loyalty seriously.

It’s more important to me than any materialistic object  I could be given or fame that may occur.

To be loyal to,  or for someone to be loyal to you is rare and should be treated like a gift from God. 

 

Whisper in my head….

You do it to them and you do it to me….image1



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