Battle and faith

It’s interesting. Betrayal has such a powerful grip on the mind. It’s almost like a python. It can squeeze out all other thought, suffocate all other emotion until everything is dead except for a rage. I’m not talking about anger. I’m talking about rage. I can feel it right here like it’s gonna burst. I feel like I wanna scream. Right now, matter of fact.

But it’s not the problem you’ve been betrayed. You’ve been helpless. And when you have finally been able to do something – you’ve let us all down.