Friday, September 23, 2011

Positively False

Hello everyone,

I'm currently working on HIV/AIDS for women. Its extremely squeezing every creative juice out of my brain. I just wish I had a nice weekend to calm my stressful head but that won't be for another month or so. And if you knew me well, you probably have known all the melodrama that have been circulating my life. So cheers to everyone out there.


I have all the privilege to be angry at everyone that have made life miserable for me but not that I am really into ballistic situation because everyone will have their ups and downs once in a while. No matter how hard you try to prevent situation from happening, it will eventually happen, why? Because it won't be any fun if you have empty brain cells.


Making mistakes is one of those things God wants us to do but it doesn't mean you can pile up everything and make it officially a sin. And so we must forgive and forget. 

We are all, I believe, matured enough to see things directly to its source and pronounce one thing as wrong or right. We foreseen maturity as the amount of candles we blow every year but reality is, its the experiences and pass memories, the tears on the pillow, the nightmares, the bad days and everything we do that have thought us to be who we are. Maturity comes in variation, even if I'm doing 100% on relationship, doesn't mean I'm going to be doing the same on motherhood. So maturity is out of the judgement table.


It doesn't mean we're older, we tend to be more matured and those with smaller numbers on the age column is less matured. We don't judge, we don't take everything for granted; we believe, we live and let live, that at the end of the day, we are what we were born to be, not what people wants us to be.

Celebrate life everyone, with less grudge and try not to deepen the hatred among others because I believe that what goes around, comes around. Its the will to make everything right that will lead you back to where you're suppose too. Cheers.


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