Rationalizing the Unthinkable

rationalizing the unthinkableAs you may have heard, we human beings have the unfortunate habit of oftentimes making very selfish choices that wind up hurting other people, and sometimes we know darn well that the choice we’re making is gonna hurt someone but we go ahead and do it anyway. Why? In a word, we rationalize. When something is so terribly important to us that the other person ceases to matter, then the unthinkable becomes possible. But there are times when it just isn’t easy to get to that happy place where we can do whatever the hell we want. To illustrate this, check out the inner turmoil of a brother availing himself of something that properly belongs to his sister. Enjoy!

Amanda

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7 thoughts on “Rationalizing the Unthinkable

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  2. It might sound a bit mean-spirited, but then she did use brother as a girly ‘bestie’ for years…. and even I couldn’t bear to give the body back if such an opportunity presented itself! Maybe if I get bored with marriage and hubby perhaps. After all, I can always use the gun to hijack a young and hotter woman to continue in.

    • I hear ya. A lot of us would be sorely tempted. Whether a girl deserves to have her life taken away for abusing her little brother like that—that’s a whole different question. Would it be justice? Of a sort perhaps, but a very very harsh justice indeed.

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