Monday, November 1, 2010


Whores don't live in company of poor men, citizens never support a weak company and birds don't build nests on a tree that doesn't bear fruits.

What do you do when your belief system is shattered? Is it possible to get back into the game and be the same? I’ve seen so many people who sacrifice their beliefs for a brief moment of happiness. When what is happiness in reality a small interval between two sorrows. Giving up your belief system may not be the worst possible thing you do, not having set of principles to adhere to is worse. All everyone is worried about is finding the right person, when the right person has probably screwed you and moved on... I’m kidding, there is more to life than just being in relationships, and as you grow you begin to cherish solitude.

As the days go by I see my youth being replaced by the harsh realities of life, certain things you will never get no matter how hard you try, people will never change no matter what happens, and every good thing comes to an end eventually. Ever thought about how we tend to believe in conflicting thoughts like free will and destiny to our convenience. Destiny is only applicable when you follow the “Word”... when you decide to screw life on your own that’s free will… some answers to life are really simple, some signs are right in front of us and we decide to ignore them. Why do we impose on our self this dependency which restricts us? I know something is wrong when I’m easily satisfied, I wish others felt that way to. For all those who say it’s the little things in life that matter, I disagree… what matters is in abundance for everyone; you just need to find it… happiness is a relative term… you define parameters

Enough of my rambling… if what I say has gotten you thinking just a little, you may just have a chance to be saved (saved from what you ask??!!! … we’ll leave that for another post). Think if you never raise your eyes you will think that you are the highest point. And being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren't.
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