“You’re remembered only when you’re needed”

“Color is only beautiful when it means something..”

You need to accept the fact that not every smiling face is your friend. People will come to you when they need something. I have a question, when was the last time you received a call saying “Hey, I just called up for mere talk, no favors”?. Don’t remember?? In fact, I didn’t get any of such calls and even a text. People are so busy in their life that they don’t have time to connect for once. They will remember you when they know you are helpful for them.

They will ping you to like their Facebook status & pictures, you’ll lend them your money because they are in very much need for some or the other reason, do something great for them as they are expecting something & if you don’t then they pretend you have done wrong to them. You have done a lot for them.

It’s not about what you have done for them but what’s bad when they only come up with what wrong you have done to them and at times they’ll make you remember even stuffs which was not wrong. Sometime they will start counting something which never happened, instead of appreciating all those good you have done for them.

And the most painful part about this is they will neglect you after what you have done kind to them. And all you ever wanted is to have a little conversation with them, yet they were not able to think about that. Somehow, they need to know that you have feelings too, that there must be a give and take in this kind of relationship.
Don’t pretend to comfort me. I might also pretend to not let you down.”
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10 thoughts on ““You’re remembered only when you’re needed”

  1. Well said. I faced more than I could care to count, and till date, I’ve not been able to find a way to describe it as apt as you. Especially the sentence:

    “Sometime they will start counting something which never happened, instead of appreciating all those good you have done for them.”

    Hit it on the nail. This ace the whole life behind me. 😉

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