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ONE WAY TICKET TO… BEEP. LOSING YOUR HAPINEES

Anger, that’s what makes us miss out on the fun things in life. This is definitely one I’m so guilty of to be sincere. People at some point get annoying or maybe you think they get annoying. 46 percent of the time I get annoyed or angry by someone, and I take time to look back and analyse the scenario, I
find myself at much as at fault as the other person. So why did I get angry in the first place? Is it the bottled up emotions, I had for this person or was I just the mood to snap like a twig and get angry? Frankly, I don’t have an idea on this one. The most hilarious aspect of anger is when I feel it towards a non-significant persona to my life, like a random guy at a banks’ atm queue or a random lady at a supermarket. Question is,” is there more to anger than just the offense committed by the party/ies involved? Is there a chance that probably we get angry at someone because they have what we so crave for but can’t have, like a great hairline, or an expensive shoe, or a very wonderful skin etc. Do we get angry at some people because we’re jealous or are all annoying people stupid?
  Quick fact though; annoyance can’t get any prettier than a baboons’ ass plus you get to stress yourself even to one undeserving.Adding Stress to that of work and school everyday, you do the maths on your lifespan.
 Grace Okogwu.
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need balance

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,
an innocence buried beneath a blanket of
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.