is it so bad to want a reallife with real people?

in my life right now the only people around me is fake people they say one thing and then do another

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  • Cobra
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
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    I said a prayer for you today

    And know God must have heard-

    I felt the answer in my heart

    Although He spoke no word!

    I didn't ask for wealth or fame

    (I knew you wouldn't mind)-

    I asked Him to send you treasures

    Of a far more lasting kind!

    I asked that He'd be near you

    At the start of each new day

    To grant you health and blessings

    And my friendship to share your way!

    I asked for happiness for you

    In all things great and small-

    But it was for His loving care

    I prayed the most of all!

    By: Kenny P. aka-Cobra

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  • 1 decade ago

    It's not bad to want good things... The truth is that it's really hard to find REAL people.. I've only found one real person so far in my life and i'm glad i did... I've got to tell you that you'll never really know who is real and who isn't coz some people are really mean... they'll stab you int he back when you never expect it BUT it doesn't mean you can't trust anyone....... you'll know when you find a real person and let's hope you're real yourself...

    Good luck with your search! Remember that nothing hurts as bad as whenyou give up too easily...

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  • 1 decade ago

    sadly welcom to the real world, i had the same problem and guess what i finnaly learned that i have to do the same thing to them for a taste of their medicine and it didnt work but guess what itwas a good thing cause i didnt drop myself to their level, but with time you wll get the friends that are worth evry cent but choose carefully

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    not at all

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