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Truth Wins Again

A short while back, I had a whine about a co-worker coming up with an allegation against me which I did not deserve. Well, it has taken care of itself. No fuss. No muss.

I had resolved myself to clearing my name and avoiding any undeserved trouble by a) catching any and all interactions on video from here on out, b) always having a witness around whenever possible, c) avoiding this whackadoo at all costs and d) magic.

All of a, b and c were do-able, of course. I did them. It was d which took some thought. See, I only use black magic if I feel I've been actually harmed wrongfully. It's strictly for defense. I felt, in this case, she might actually be someone who needs help of some sort.

Don't get me wrong. I'm not some "Mr. Nice Guy." I don't turn the other cheek. But wrecking her life would have been kind of like drop-kicking a three-year-old for calling me a name. There was just no need.

Instead, during meditation, I simply focused on seeing her in a cleansing flame and repeating a mantra of "Truth." That's it.

On the off chance the problem really was with me, then, let the Truth come out and I'll learn what I needed to, were this the case - which it wasn't. Otherwise, I needed the right people to see what was really going on here - a disenfranchised divorcee needed to feel relevant and was seeking herrelevancy by placing reports on anyone and anything she could.

She filed complaints on other co-workers, too. She sent photographs of homeless people in the area picking cigarette butts out of the ashtray and just walking through our parking lot to our supervisor. She had some weird event where she was overheard telling someone at the corporate office she was "protected by a federal order," or something like this, whatever the hell she was talking about, nobody knows.

In short, she's cracking up. Something in her life (stress, health issues or something) is causing her to act out.

And, as many of us know, every obnoxious act is a cry for help.

Since (I believe) she is now showing herself openly and it seems obvious she's dealing with something much bigger than just one small complaint, I now know what must be done next.

I need to see her heal.

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Feisty56 wrote on October 19, 2015, 1:41 PM

Your insights and wisdom are wonderful to behold, LoudMan . I'm glad to hear your unfounded complain against you has been revealed for what it is and hope that through your meditations and the events in this woman's life, she finds the healing she needs.

wolfgirl569 wrote on October 19, 2015, 3:14 PM

Glad everything is resolved for you. I hope she can get better soon. It sounds like she may need a lot of support

MegL wrote on October 19, 2015, 3:20 PM

I hope she gets the help she needs, without her feeling the need to make complaints about others.

paigea wrote on October 19, 2015, 3:36 PM

Often troubled people do reveal themselves and it is clear to all that their accusations are often not relevant. Poor woman; yet still tough to be around.

DWDavisRSL wrote on October 19, 2015, 8:44 PM

I hope that your co-worker finds the healing she needs before she upsets someone who won't be as willing to look at the reasons why and just reacts instinctively by lashing out.

allen0187 wrote on October 20, 2015, 1:13 AM

Glad this panned out right for you. Hopefully, your office mate gets the assistance she needs. Hard to be kind to people who wrong us but that is the right path to take.

inertia4 wrote on October 20, 2015, 7:24 AM

Some people thrive on making trouble. I know the type. I have seen it in my life and in my marriage years back. And en some people, like my evil ex, that go along with these trouble makers. And believe everything they say. Good for you on this issue.

BarbRad wrote on October 22, 2015, 3:21 AM

I like your attitude on this. I hope she is able to get the help she so obviously needs.