I am an average teenager, a little bit about me, I love art, anything from music, to photo's and even literature. Soccer is my favorite sport so of course I play that. for a career I am going to be a pastor of a Wesleyan or Nazarene church though i'm not sure which yet. I hope you keep watching or following my channel. thank you.
Favourite Visual Artist
Gladiator, Ender's Game
Favourite TV Shows
Avatar: the last airbender, Avatar: the legend of korra, naruto, naruto:shippuden
I am part of the outsiders at school. and of the outsiders, since I'm a Christian so I am the outsider of the outsiders. I wouldn't necessarily call my life hard, I am blessed, but being a Christian I have my troubles. and what I went through when I became Christian is simply dismissed as a fictional story, all I know, is I never want anyone to ever experience what I felt, and all I felt was just a small fraction. so every day when I see those that aren't Christian I think. they could die today, they would go to hell, and I have not done a thing to try to change that. My heart breaks and then I break down, I cry, I fall to my knees and pray.
I wish I could show you more of my life
I wish I could have had more time to love you
I wish I could express how I really felt
All I can do is wish.
Wish for you to have a better life
Wish that we could be together forever
My love all I can do is wish
Nothing more nothing less
As I depart from you
All I do is wish for us to be together
By: Danton Holcombe
On the war front, there is never a sense of safety or comfort. No peace of mind. At first you are scared, in shame for killing another human being. But over time you become desensitized to the killing. When the firefights begin the only thing securing your survival is luck, and the men on your left and right. If they go down, you’re alone. That thought puts you into fear.
Doubt starts in your mind, followed hopelessness. I see grown men crying, as the reality that he could have died hits him. Thoughts like “what would have happened if I died”, or just plainly “I could have died”. At