You Didn’t Deserve To Die

Most of the time, I can deal with your death. I can hold back the tears and accept that you’re gone. I force myself to believe the cliche words that get thrown around, about how only the good die young and how God takes His favorites first. About how it was your time and how … Continue reading You Didn’t Deserve To Die

The Law Of Karma

Karma is the law of cause and effect – an unbreakable law of the cosmos. Your actions create your future. The reason your fate is never sealed is because you have free will. Therefore your future cannot already be written. That would not be fair. Life gives you chances. This is one of them. – … Continue reading The Law Of Karma

Do Not Dwell In The Past.

"Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” – The Buddha This quote by Buddha is this writer’s favorite regarding the past, present, and future – it’s actually one of my favorite quotes, period. Let’s break down quickly what The Buddha was saying here: … Continue reading Do Not Dwell In The Past.

Always On My Mind. For Tina.

They say, there is a reason, They say, that time will heal, But neither time or reason, Will ever change the way i feel. For no one knows the heartache, That lies behind my smile, No one knows how many times, I have broken down and cried. I want to tell you something, There won't … Continue reading Always On My Mind. For Tina.

Dear Self.

Dear Self, Please stop going back to the same people, who keep hurting you. You removed them for a reason. Yes, they may keep knocking at your door, but you don't need to keep opening it for them. Every time you do, they repeat the same cycle and you stay stuck. You deserve to be … Continue reading Dear Self.

Involuntary Servitude. Edward Lang.

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Look Up. Gary Turk

Look Up. I have 422 friends, yet I am lonely. I speak to all of them everyday, yet none of them really know me. The problem I have sits in the spaces between, looking into their eyes, or at a name on a screen. I took a step back, and opened my eyes, I looked … Continue reading Look Up. Gary Turk