Think they may know us.
The labyrinth of our lives.
None could truly know.
Except God of course, He knows all. He knows things about us that we don’t even know about ourselves.
It’s just interesting to watch though how others will observe the many lives occurring around them, and then so hastily make an assumption. Then those assumptions will cause them to act in a haphazard way thinking that they are “helping” or maybe even “sabotaging” off of limited, illegitimate information. It’s actually quite hilarious. The actions of this type of person can unfortunately be detrimental if other parties involved are keen on believing anything from face value. But, what can you do if this happens?
Don’t give the on-looker power, rejoice in the truth. Don’t chase them, or try to lash out. Instantly forgive them for their actions because it’s not worth your time to get worked up over something you know is false (also, seriously get you a good chuckle, because it really is funny). Don’t try to convince them of anything, you’ll just waste your energy. Let them go on about their lives, it’ll eventually come back to them.
What about the other parties involved that may have been swayed by the actions of the on-looker? Forgive them too. Yes, it may hurt that they might not believe you. However, as long as you know who you are and what you stand for, you don’t owe anyone any type of explanation. Don’t harbor any ill feelings, because it’s really not worth it. You have precious nerves. Rejoice in the truth within yourself, and be happy.