This is a poetry book.
There's the audio version inside; it's for everyone, and especially for those who prefer listening to poetry, other than reading it. You can try it out.
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Obligatory poem written during and about (but not confined to) COVID19 lockdown...
This is just a couple of funny and sarcastic quotes I found on the web. Just another random book.Updates very often
*NONE OF THESE QUOTES BELONG TO ME*
"The tale of darkness, but also, of the brightness that lies beyond,
The tale of misjudgments, but also of amendments,
The tale of cruelty, but also of revolution,
The tale of eternal sufferings, but also of assurance,
The tale of derangement, but also of modification,
The tale of destruction, but also of construction,
The tale of eternal deterioration, but also of never ending improvement,
The tale of random decisions, but also of directed hardwork,
The tale of hierarchy, but also of true equality,
Welcome, to this tale of humanity's relationships,
Welcome, to the grand tale, of THE ANTONYM OF FRIENDSHIP."
-Shiroyama Seniichi, The AoF storyteller
Basically a blog for when I need to rant or share an idea of mine. Feel free to comment and present your own opinions on whatever issues I bring up. :) Discussion and debate are welcome.
"An ant, though negligible to an elephant, can cause as much trouble for the elephant, as much as the elephant can for the ant."- unknown.
Why is it ever considered that equals shall only conquer over the other? No. It isn't so. Your any feature doesn't characterize you for any work, for defining is the termination for change. You, no matter how are, can conquer the largest of oceans. When a small boat rows over the ocean to reach its end, did it undermine its capability to cross the wide ocean when the ocean stands mighty as ever, and the boat as frail as a petal? No.
Have you ever wished? You might have surely. Do you ever wish that you could ever change something in the past? Or Regret doing things which you shouldn't have done? Believe me, you must have wished sometime in your life or in fact many times I guess.
Even after having everything from wealth to status, yet human beings are not satisfied with what they have. Many of you think that life is difficult and unfair, but that's not true. Difficulties don't come to destroy you, but to help you.
I had many times in life which were very difficult, at some point I thought to just give up on life. I was never good at maths or science and I thought that people only respect or notice you when you are good at these things, I believed this as well.
But at one point I lost everything, nothing was left. I had to leave school for some reason and study home. I thought this was the end, but I was wrong. After I found an article on newspaper about this app, penana, I thought to give it a try. And this is how my adventure, of stories, came into my life.
And that was my world, which I had created.
After my kids headed to college, I found great joy in experiencing many "firsts" with twin mentees. "What is college" was an eye-opening question they asked. Now, fifteen years later, these girls are no longer my mentees, but my mentors.
A collection of poetry regarding all things beautiful and all things ugly.
Jack needs to know if his life made a difference. He invites four unlikely people who he meets along his journey to provide an answer. Bruno is thought to be successful but can't handle heart-wrenching loss. Rose enters Jack's life at a very young age, and Luke's role may save him from disaster. Anna is a bright spot who inspires Jack to climb an old path.
Legacy ideas are shared by all, but it's the surprise that Jack both receives and gives that determine if his life was without a purpose.