Sad but True

George thought he knew better. He got angry if someone didn’t take his advice. He repeated himself as if the repetition alone would convince Jason to do as he suggested.

            Two people on a collision course.

            On one side the insistence to do it and on the other antipathy.

            In a way Jason agreed with George about some things, but didn’t want to invest the time or the energy. And, in the end, George did compromise by doing some of the things George suggested, but it was too late for George, who had gone over the edge into full-blown hatred, displayed in a variety of ways.

            The end had come.

            Jason decided to let George wallow in his self-righteousness.

            It was a sad but true story and Jason moved on.

The End


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