One who believes in life eternal shall have much worse an ending to bear. One who accepts the end for what it is... shall not be surprised when it arrives.
I also rekindle my thoughts on the matter: "Do not forsake me, oh tragic death. Please bring the dark upon me, for I'd rather be a dead wise man than a living fool."
Life, how intrinsic its value, how short, yet how beautiful in and of itself. The worst thing a man can do is commit knowledge to age; to say that a wise man is he who is an elder. I would not concur with this assessment. Older people do have more experience, but that does not mean they are more qualified to judge life. Can
What is evil? This is a very deeply moral subject. I'm again touching on dangerous territory here, where most people most likely won't be in agreement. After a lifelong analysis of this issue, I’ve found it a very dynamic source of controversy. I’m obviously going to eat lots of lead after expressing some views here. But it can’t be helped; I am after all, providing the ammunition and firepower for my own execution.
I remember myself admitting: “Time and time again, I have been told that if I were to follow in the footsteps of those who were hanged, I would share the same fate. If that is my destiny, then so be it, for I&
Many people are going to hate me for being truthful. Many people prefer a clever fantasy as opposed to the grisly truth because it keeps them joyous. I've spent my entire life vehemently hating and despising people with mental illness. My hatred for them is a result and has been the combination of a few things; primarily the factor that they know not what they do and do not have control over their actions. I've spent my life giving speeches and attending seminars and having a great deal of contempt for these people. It has been a grueling process, and I've been a mean, cruel person my entire life. I don't have hatred for any specific person p