Don’t think like Him
Who would figure
Would bring peace?
As I struggle
To let go of
Above all else… 44 more words
The plagues that come with being part of humanity are the simplistic outcomes that determine what and how we decipher life.
Perfect view from the outside window but from within closed doors, the life others seem to see is simply an illusion we create to justify the means of society and what we are told to believe as children. 275 more words
It depends. Manners are a culture-dependent social obligation. Something you do in this culture can be seen as insulting in another culture (and vise-verso). All it means is that others will look at you odd if you don’t follow the unspoken rules of how we must treat each other. 46 more words
I have a little puppy Henry, he’s a western Highlander crossed with a Poodle, he turned 4 this year and is such a rascal. Henry is my first pet and my best friend, he’s such a loving character towards me until anyone else walks into the room. 322 more words
When 45-year-old Ellen Michaels loses her husband to a tragic military accident, she is left in a world of gray. For 25 years her life has been dictated by the ubiquitous They—the military establishment that has included her like chattel with John’s worldly goods—his Dependents, Furniture, and Effects. 239 more words