Law has to draw a line on a foggy street
I thought of this today in my Anthropology class, we we're discussing about a subject but this idea came into my head. pretty much It's the idea is the law can't understand everything that happens but it knows were it needs to go. Just like when its foggy you can still see things but not everything. So law draws a line but sometimes it goes to far or not far enough. That is why its a foggy street because its never spot on. This is just a thought though.
When you walk the halls and you know no one cares. The feeling of loneliness is overwhelming. Sometimes you feel theres just no more point. But you have to go on in fear that the people who do talk to you, you know these people are only doing this because they somehow feel obliged to. Why am I still scared of these people, another question that get ignored. You feel guilty because you know that if you did stop that you would disappoint the people that don't even care. Fear and Guilt are these the only things that keep you going. I doubt it but there aren't words to describe how I feel sometimes. But you can feel better and do but