Why do human relationships must be so complicated?
No matter what you do, there is bound to be at least someone who do not agree to what your actions.
Jesus said that
"do unto others what you want them to do unto yourselves",
but is that really the case?
What happens when you try to be nice but people misunderstand your intention or instead take you for granted? What happened to "do unto others what you want them to do unto yourselves"?
Sometimes it's just so hard to be a good friend.
You do not know what your friends might expect, think or act.
They may have a different set of values than you and sometimes you just don't get what are they thinking or trying to do.
Worse, you might even offend them without knowing it.
And often, you will end up getting hurt and disappointed with all the problems in the friendship.
When you put too much feelings in the relationship but ended up getting shit in return.
So why bother anyway?
Wouldn't it be better to just live a life for yourself, an individualistic life, like how everyone is living and just forget about the idea of a true friendship because it does not exist anyway?