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When we’re younger, we struggle so hard to mix up and belong with the crowd, “being different” sucks then. As we grow older. though we fight harder to be “different” because we want to set ourselves apart from the crowd. Now this is not a funny issue, it’s just that all our lives what we struggle/d for was once there for free and we just pushed it aside or totally crushed it. In the end, It’s the “different” ones that win.
I’m just pointing out that before we squash a dream out, we should dream it bigger and better and even if it doesn’t work out, your’re human, you’ll definitely survive some blows. Think, think, think harder but don’t just pause to think and remain idle; work as you think, think as you work.
Nevertheless, I’m not suggesting you dream.unrealistically, try mixing up your dreams with realism. Trust me it’s rare for unrealistic dreams to come true_when I say rare err I kinda mean “never”.
Grace Okogwu.
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there's some beauty in darkness:
something interesting about
the way the air would heavily light
an irony of perfect juxtaposition. there's some beauty in ugly:
something intriguing about the
huge grotesque scars that
seem to never want to go away. there's some beauty in evil:
un peu de la purité in
the heart of a condemned man,
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bottled up emotions. these little beauties we
choose to neglect
aren't they the very things that
make living bearable? who would be good without the existence
of evil?
who would be beautiful without ugliness?
or what story could ever be told without scars? need beauty and ugliness,
need scars and healing oils,
need good and evil,
need all the balance to remain
steady and sane in this
crazy crazy world. need balance:
then imbalance to
balance the human equation
now and again.