Are We the Bully? (I’ll stand For Myself)

Are we the bully because we don’t want to be pushed around anymore?

Are we the bully because we don’t want to be judged by bigots?

Are we the bully because we are tired of the fabricated tales?

Are we the bully because we want to be understood?

Are we the bully because we understand words can get lost in translation?

Are we the bully because we refuse to step backwards every time we make improvements?

Are we the bully because we refuse to shut our mouth and let it be?

I’ll tell you this, once we stop standing up for ourselves, we allow others to push us in a corner, and become the shadows our ancestors fought to bring light to. When we sit back and allow others to get away with anus behaviors, we’ll let everything go back to the way it used to be. When we sit back and say to ourselves that does not apply to me, we allow false prophets to speak lies and wash the minds of the mindless. Educate them to be; hateful, judgmental, and non-tolerant! When we sit back and do nothing, we might as well return back to high school.

So, are we the bully because we are saying enough is enough?

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Famous Quotes Vol.I

“No man needs a vacation so much as the man who has just had one.” — Elbert Hubbard

“An American has no sense of privacy. He does not know what it means. There is no such thing in the country.” — George Bernard Shaw

“A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you, the less you know.” —Diane Arbus

“There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough, and liked it, never really care for anything else.” —Ernest Hemingway

Enslavement

A cheater will always be a cheater. A murderer will always be a murderer. A liar will always be a liar. What’s that say about the ones that have something they’re enslaving of? Can they breakaway from those attachments that make them look soulless? Or will they stay the same forever and accept the monster within! Can a second chance be a reward to those that try and fail? Should we appreciate them for trying? I feel like this life is about making choices. How wise can you truly choose? People say no one was born with the monster within that turn them to the perfect villain. This question is where did they make that turning point that leads them into this impossible direction? The last battle that lead them to a dead end! Their trying is just like wasting your breath yelling at a baby! Where did the butterfly effect happen? Or is life just life!

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Tomorrow… isn’t for everyone (Part. II)

Make plans for tomorrow, it might be the last one.

Then again don’t plan too far ahead; you might not be around to see it.

Laugh at the worthless jokes; it might be the last one you hear.

Appreciate these moments, it might be the last.

Seize it!

Then again, don’t be foolish because you might end up paying for your mistakes. Work hard and play even harder; everything is insignificant if you don’t enjoy it. Take care of yourself; if you don’t who else do you think will.

Live.

Laugh.

Love.

Tomorrow wasn’t meant to be seen by everyone.

That’s my gift to you and me!

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Tomorrow… isn’t for everyone (Part. I)

Some of us were born to be in the front line, while others are destine to be in the background. There is nothing wrong with being a shadow; sometimes trouble attends to avoid you. Nothing ever happens by accident, people who say things like that; it is because they are trying to live their lives on hoping tomorrow will be a wonderful day. They stand in the corner watching as life is fading by. They keep saying I will make a change tomorrow. The cold truth about tomorrow, it wasn’t meant to be seen by everyone. Only the lucky ones get to see it. I’m not a psychic; the only thing I can be sure about is now. Sometimes that’s the only thing we have….

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