There will be times when you will feel misdirected in life, feeling like others have something you do not have: success, monogamy, work/life balance, career, fitness, intelligence, and family. We cannot choose what we have in life, but we can be thankful for what we do have in life, for everything else achievable, the skies the limit these days. Don’t be ruled by your obsessions in life, made to look jealous, or in need of something you do not have that another has, as though you are apart of some joke, to see if thought about written about, for standing. That’s not how to undo hate toward someone running on the beach, to heckle, and then continue to heckle … then blame the advocate as too loud on purpose after all my headphones broke I spent $300 on headphones, that do not break. If you do your best and work hard 9-9pm (6x week) for 3 months, then you would expect a same or similar outcome, positivity around you, as you are doing your best in life, not be squeezed, or heckled, or finagled into buying into ideas about others that don’t matter or basing your decisions in life, on things that’s don’t matter or by people to whom you’ve had an interaction with that you know or do not know in life, to make things seem as though associated that’s an unwanted connections and an unwanted association, and an unwanted contact, and experience. The difference being online, you are a character with a pen name in real life you are expected to keep up with appearances, and if in your direction, line of vision, affected, then that’s misdirected focus by someone who is focused on the task at hand which is running, purposefully because offended by my sprained knee and headphones, that’s really none of that persons business to then offend me back, I’m a victim advocate since (2004) I don’t deserve that, by training, its not advantageous to be confrontational but in this case, next time I’m taking a picture, I report everything to the police, call 911 often. I was invited to attend AFM and was supposed to work at AFM, I don’t think that those on the beach that day taunting me were helpful but only encouraging bipolar and hate toward me, not allowing me to get better.