Too Much…

Phil Gayle_ForSinglesAndCouples
Too Black for the xenophobes, Too straight for the hetro-haters, Too spiritual for the unbelievers, Too sensual for the religious, Too manly for the men-haters, Too woman-loving for the misogynists, Too poor for the financially rich, Too direct for the hypersensitive, Too balanced for the one-sided, Too forgiving for the grudge-keepers, Too healthy for the unhealthy, Too fit for the unfit, Too outspoken for the secretive, Too honest for the liars, Too humble for the arrogant, Too idealistic for the pessimist, Too hard-working for the lazy, Too patient for the impatient, Too understanding for the judgemental, Too deep for the shallow, Too serious for the continual jester, Too humorous for the super-serious, Too strong for the cowards, Too gentle for the aggressive, Too down-to-earth for those with delusions of grandeur, Too caring for the selfish, Too accepting of others (irrespective of ethnicity or colour) for the Blacks who hate non-blacks and Too loving for the hateful…
I suppose I’m just too much…however, acknowledging my errors, mistakes and faults have helped me, to become the man I am and I’m here to help and assist, in any way I can.


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4 comments

  • Mary Foley

    My goodness Phillip!! Sorry had to call you by your full name after reading that… I saw some of me in that long list in a positive and negative but my brother it’s all good. It was like looking in the mirror and seeing some of my character traits being reflected thank you for sharing bro,, what a word.

    • No problem, it’s my name and it’s there to be used.
      Thank you for being the first to leave a comment in a long while, always appreciated.
      It was not directed at anyone in particular, more of a ‘this is me’, for those who don’t know me and are possibly thinking of working with me.
      As always, love your honesty and open communication.

  • Jackie

    “We can’t please all the people all the time” We can only please God and strive to be like him on a daily basis. I think I’m at bit on the hypersensitive side at times but it’s something to work at.
    Great writing Phil

    • True words…such is life.
      One way to deal with your hypersensitivity, would be to ask a person to explain what they have said, its easier to deal with that emotion, if you understand the reasons for a comment or statement, which would otherwise offend you.
      Thanks for the compliment but more importantly, thanks for taking the time to share and comment.

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