You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go.
-Dr. Seuss

Saturday, October 12, 2013


Dear O,

First of all I would like to I would like to say sorry. I am sure that that you had a very gauche with your brother and father.You have come to the right place. My team and I will do our best to get you out of this precipitous mess. The team and I have discussed your case and we know that your father and brother want the best for you after all they are your family. They will do anything to abase the man they abominate. They will even go as far as acting bellicose toward him of they had to. This is going to be a huge conundrum so brace your self.
First, ask yourself do I really like this guy or is he just a stubborn desire? Once you have the answer to that question ask yourself another question, Can I live with out this romance or am I better off abdicating it? I really just want to tell you to do what your heart tells you, but sometimes the heart is not smart, it does no thinking like the brain does. Go on and try to find out why your brother and father dislike him so much? If their reasons make sense than listen to them. Most importantly do not be na├»ve. Do not let yourself be drawn by debauchery. Do not tolerate any brusque or churlish behavior by your prince. After answering all these questions if you are still firmly in love with this prince than go and proliferate, but if even the smallest doubt crosses your mind then, take everything into consideration; your feelings, the reactions of your family etc. I know that as a young women with a prince it must be hard to be to just think of yourself, but I say you should be rapacious, never rancorous nor a saboteur. Let your mind be free be thankful you are not anomaly live in the moment and don’t be mistaken for an anachronism. You never know maybe this discussion about Hamlet may be a paradox, or maybe it is just your family trying to expurgate the good of Hamlet. Be aware of the nomenclature they direct towards Hamlet.
Be patient, this experience will not be ephemeral. Best of luck! Contact us if you need further advice.

The Generous Show

No comments:

Post a Comment