I wonder why you can’t see your flaws.
You can see mine and everyone else’s.
You can judge and whip up words to try and cut.
You forget others are not ignorant and not everyone has to do as you say because you believe you are in the right.
You think your material items are the way to happiness. I admit it is fun to have nice things, but there is a reality called overkill, too much or you’re just a narcissist and believe you are better than others.
Many of us can find happiness in the little things and the intangible. It seems that works better in the long term for your soul.
One of those things that concern me is how you say you are so empathetic and you feel so deeply for people, yet you can judge others without fully knowing them. You can look at a woman and deem her not worthy because you feel she doesn’t have the right look, breeding or that she can’t be “trained” to “bend” to how you think she should be.
When she changes for herself, not realizing the change isn’t fully refined in all areas and as she is working out the kinks, you insult her and judge her as you stomp on her heart and walk away.
She won’t come after you.
Why would she beg you to not go and to be treated so subserviently by someone who clearly does not know where they are going in their own life?
You are so miserable you feel the need to drag her down with you.
You don’t see the need for change in yourself yet may admit to some “issues”. Yet you don’t see you as the “issue” at all because you’re above that.
Why does it even matter when you walked away from her?
Why do you care about her now when you stopped caring so long ago?
Why do you care what people think about you when you judge them to begin with?
Maybe you need a long look into the mirror.
Maybe you need to face the judge.