It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay

11.03.2017

You committed to attend to a patient, and then you didn’t show up. You’re a volunteer and people don’t pay you to do these things. It’s not right, but it’s okay

You attended a training class, and then you didn’t use your skills to serve the community.  You’re a volunteer and people don’t pay you to do these things. It’s not right, but it’s okay

You intentionally bash other programs to promote your own projects.  It’s a free country.   It’s not right, but it’s okay

You make up stories to make yourself more popular online.  It’s not right, but it’s okay

You dated someone and led him on for weeks, months even– only to let him go because you cannot disclose your HIV status.  You have your reasons.  Personal, but it’s your life. It’s not right, but it’s okay

You bash people online.  It’s your account,  you say it’s your prerogative.  Fine.  It’s not right, but it’s okay, I guess

Mind you, shit happens.

It’s not right, but it’s okay.

 

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About +daddy+drEw+

HIV awareness and treatment Advocate & Activist. Living with HIV since 2007. A friend. A partner. A dad to the HIV Community.
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