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Those who matter don't judge, and those who judge don't matter.

If any of you are involved in chat, then you have most likely run across unpleasant situations in the rooms before--it makes me very sad that, though I work in a disabled chat room, I find myself distracted by silly little games played by troublemakers with nothing better to do with their time than go out of their way to destroy other folk's lives. All I have ever wanted out of chat was, initially, friends to help me through the rough spots in my own life; after chatting regularly for about a year and a half now, I find that the most important thing to me is now helping others...there are so many people in this world with so many seemingly insurmountable problems--a great day or night in chat for me is when someone comes in that thinks their world is ending, and I am able to reach out a hand in friendship to them and lend comfort and/or a smile to their lives. For me, that's what life is all about--not the games and not the hatred and not the lies. I just ran across the above quote, and I am going to try to hold firm to that, and also to the fact that the "friends" I lost in the recent unpleasantness weren't really my friends anyways...