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Within these four years, there have been people come and go in my life. It’s like that expression, “Some people come into your life for a reason, some a season, and some a lifetime.” It seems as though people have come into my life more for a season with a good reason. If there is one thing I regret within these four years is how I treated one person at the end of our friendship. Although I didn’t see a friendship continuing after our dynamic shifted, its how I treated you in the end I mostly regret. I’m not asking for forgiveness, but I acknowledge how calculating I was in the end. Two people I considered brothers in the beginning of our relationship ended when their relationship collapsed and I was in the middle. Being in the middle and living with the two put so much stress on my life. I had to make a choice that was best for all of us. I take full responsibility for my choice, but I can’t help but feel… was I manipulated making this choice? Mutual friends of ours stirred the pot of drama by telling me things about you, and I never gave you a chance to confirm it. And looking back at those people who stirred the pot, they weren’t really our friends. They wanted the tea, the drama, and they got it! Was my choice at the end picked because of a bias I had with my best-friend at the time? Regardless, it was my choice and how I treated you was unfair. I think this is a lesson learned for all of us. And my lesson learned is to not have gotten involved, not listen to those who stirred the pot, and talked to you more and get your side of the story. I don’t blame you for hating me. I would too. I did enjoy our friendship/brotherhood even though it was short lived. Now that I’m in the process of moving on from all of this, I look back with a clear head and realized I was unfair to you. I’m truly sorry. If it makes you feel any better, the things we did talk about, I see you point of view now. I see why you were hurt. Which is why I’m moving on too. I just thought I’d tell you, to whom it may concern.